# Make sure that the_flying_circus() returns True def the_flying_circus(): if 7 != 6: # Start coding here! elephant = 2 print the_flying_circus() # the code inside this block! elif 7 <= 6 or False: elephant = 3 # You'll want to add the else statement, too! else: elephant = 4
i would place this:
after the function, otherwise you get a maximum recursive depth error message.
Well, if you want to return something i suggest you use the return keyword, and return True:
def example(): return True
Thanks. It works now.