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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Product

Windy Elliott
Windy Elliott
776 Points

Why is this not working? def product(one, two): number=({}*{}) return number product(2,4)

I don't know if I am getting the def wrong, doing the math wrong, or returning the value wrong. How do you even debug this in the exercises?

product.py
def product(one, two):
    number=({}*{})
    return number

product(2,4)

1 Answer

Try this.

def product(one, two):
    return one * two

product(2, 4)