This isn’t a question, I just noticed something in this lesson. In the first part of example code to explain setting up a parameter in a function and then creating an argument:
def greet_customer(special_item): print("Welcome to Engrossing Grocers.") print("Our special is " + special_item + ".") print("Have fun shopping!")
but in the example where it says what would be printed when (w/ peanut butter as an argument), it shows Grocers as Grocer’s. See:
Welcome to Engrossing Grocer’s.
Our special is peanut butter.
Have fun shopping!