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Python - Functions with Arguments





In our last tutorial, we have explained how to define simple functions with no arguments in Python i.e. functions with empty parenthesis () and hence such functions were not passed any values when they were called. In this tutorial, we are going to explain how to define a function with arguments, which are also called formal arguments and pass values to such function, when it is called.

For doing this, when defining a function, we will have to declare the name of a variable within the parenthesis(), to which a value will be passed, when this function is called. Let's see how it is done.




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