Why do we use a print statement in 'A Methodical Approach'?


#1

In the section of code that defines the 'description' function, why do we use print now instead of return, like this:

# Add your method here!
def description(self):
    return self.name
    return self.age

...instead of this:

# Add your method here!
def description(self):
    print self.name
    print self.age

I'm just confused that it's switched now.


#2

'cause you can just return 1 value, when you return the name, then the next instruction is not performed