Currently working on this and I am slightly confused with Question #4
Now that we have an expense to subtract, create a new variable called
new_budget_after_shirt and set it to be the function call of
current_budget variable as the first argument and the
shirt_expense variable as the second argument.
My code was
new_budget_after_shirt = def deduct_expense(current_budget,shirt_expense):
but the solution is telling me the correct code is
new_budget_after_shirt = deduct_expense( current_budget, shirt_expense )
Just wondering why the function doesn’t require
**:** in this case as well as needing spaces for the arguements in the parentheses? Can’t seem to find a definitive answer on this.