I have a simple question.
So if I am creating a while loop function and the function requires an 2 inputs (see below):
def my_simple_while_function(low,max): low = 0 while low < max: print "We need more numbers becase low is only %d and we need it to equal %d in order to break this while loop" % (low, max) low = low + 1
Now if I call this function with say: my_simple_while_function(4,10) - 4 get’s set to zero because I set low = 0 - but thats because its the only way I know how to start storing to low vs. using the raw input (4).
How I can build function that takes lows input when I call the function without overriding it, but still able to add to it?