MatthewLectureSep22.py

MatthewLectureSep22.py - def func(a,b return a b...

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def func (a,b): return a+b print(func(3,4)) if __name__ == "__main__": #enter this branch when you run A.py elif __name__ == "A": #enter this branch when you import A.py # dir(math) ---> tells all the functions in math (must have imported it first) # help(math.sqrt) ---> explains what the function does # docstrings are important for assignment, must use it to explain functions
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