Introduction
Function basics
6. Functions with multiple parameters
More advanced concepts
Summary

Instruction

Good! Our previous function only had one parameter, but you can use as many of them as you wish:

def print_between(lower, upper):
  for i in range (lower, upper+1):
    print('Current value:', i)

The function above takes two arguments: lower and upper, and prints

Current value {x}

replacing {x} with all numbers from lower to upper (inclusive).

Exercise

Write a simple currency conversion function named convert that takes two arguments – amount and rate – and prints the following (on one line):

Amount: {amount} Rate: {rate} Conversion: {amount*rate}

Invoke the newly created function with amount = 55 and rate = 1.75.

Stuck? Here's a hint!

Inside the function, simply use print().