FAQ: Learn Python: Function Arguments - Positional Argument Unpacking

This community-built FAQ covers the “Positional Argument Unpacking” exercise from the lesson “Learn Python: Function Arguments”.

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So in the lesson it says “We can also have other positional parameters before our *args parameter”. Then, right after that sentence, it says “We can’t, as we’ll see,:”. Then it shows an example using positional parameters with *args. So we can do that is that right?

yes, we can have positional arguments before *args or **kwargs, but what is not possible is positional arguments after args or kwargs