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why for the function calculate_price we have only one parameter and not two?

why for the function calculate_price we have only one parameter and not two?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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The TICKET_PRICE is presumed to be a constant (thus the all caps name), so the function needs only the quantity as a single argument to make the calculation.