Arguments in Python
In this post, you will learn how to work with arguments so that you can use that same knowledge and thus evolve.
- arguments are like variables that receive their values (their content) when the function is called;
- these same arguments are considered to be local variables because they only exist inside the function;
- local variables are discarded when returning to the calling point.
def personalData(name, age, nationality): print('Name:', name) print('Age:', age) print('Nationality:', nationality) personalData('Nelson Silva', 25, 'Portuguese') personalData('Larissa Fernandes', 37, 'Brazilian') ''' Name: Nelson Silva Age: 25 Nationality: Portuguese Name: Larissa Fernandes Age: 37 Nationality: Brazilian '''