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Function Calling Expressions
How to call a function in an expression in Python?
To call a function and execute its statement block in an expression, you can enter the function name followed by a list of values to be assigned to parameters defined in the function.
For example, the profile("Joe",25) expression calls the "profile()" function to be executed with 2 values provided to be assigned to its parameters.
>>> def profile(name,age): ... print("Name: "+name) ... print("Age: "+str(age)) ... >>> profile("Joe",25) Name: Joe Age: 25
⇒ Parameter List in Function Definition Statements
⇐ 'return' Statement in Function Statement Block
⇑ Defining Functions in Python
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