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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Try and Except

Paul Sirota
Paul Sirota
1,514 Points

Why this is not working?!

need help

def add(x,y):
  return x+y

1 Answer

you turn the arguments into floats and return them on the same line. Here's what I did:

def add(x, y):
  return float(x) + float(y)

Hope this helps :)

Paul Sirota
Paul Sirota
1,514 Points

I hate python so much it is so unfriendly. Anyway, thank you.