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Defining and Calling Python Functions (Summary)

As applications grow larger, it becomes increasingly important to modularize code by breaking it up into smaller functions of manageable size. You now have the tools you need to do this.

In this course, you’ve learned:

  • How to create a user-defined function in Python
  • Several different ways you can pass arguments to a function
  • How you can return data from a function to its caller
  • How to add documentation to functions with docstrings and annotations

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