Task 15: user_guess = get_user_guess():


#1

Per the hint, the correct code for calling the function is:

user_guess = get_user_guess():

Up to this point in the course, all the function calls I remember performing were via inputting actual parameters or return or print statements.

However, it appears the function is being called by setting it equal to a variable. This one threw me. I'm not sure I follow the logic.

Might I have missed something? Any explanation/context would be much appreciated.

(Note -- I understand that user_guess used here is different from user_guess used in an earlier task.)


#2

@memorymaker82

Based off what you have, you are getting an error when you put the colon at the end of this piece of code:

user_guess = get_user_guess():

However, it's hard to say for sure. Please post your full code.


#3

This isn't responsive to my question, alas. The code I posted is actually the correct code, I'm just not sure why. Kindly re-read my question if you don't mind.


#4

You have one line of code. Please post the full code.

And when you call the function, don't have the colon at the end.


#5

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