def the_flying_circus(res): if the_flying_circus >=57: return 'intenta un numero mas bajo'# Start coding here! elif the_flying_circus<=55 or the_flying_circus == 'hola': return'intenta un numero mas alto' else: return True print the_flying_circus(56)
I want to do the same thing
if res >=57:
return ‘intenta un numero mas bajo’
elif res<=55 or res == 'hola': return'intenta un numero mas alto' else: return True
without giving a value to the_flying_circus
Somewhere in the instructions is states that the function is to take no parameters and must return True. The other condition stated is that logical and comparison operators are to be used (which you have included).
This topic was automatically closed 7 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.