What's wrong in the code


instructions:01. First, def a function, shut_down, that takes one argument s. Don't forget the parentheses or the colon!
02. Then, if the shut_down function receives an s equal to "yes", it should return "Shutting down"
03. Alternatively, elif s is equal to "no", then the function should return "Shutdown aborted".
04. Finally, if shut_down gets anything other than those inputs, the function should return "Sorry"
def shut_down(s):
return s
if s=='yes':
return shut_down("Shutting down")
elif s=='no':
return shut_down("Shutdown aborted")
return shut_down("Sorry")


Hi @bitninja80149 ,

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Inside your shut_down function, you are calling the shut_down function. In this exercise, that should not be done.

Instead of this ...

return shut_down("Shutting down")

... do this ...

return "Shutting down"

Use a similar pattern for the other return statements.