In this course, you’ll learn how to define and call your own Python function. You’ll also learn about passing data to your function and returning data from your function back to its calling environment.
A function is a self-contained block of code that encapsulates a specific task or related group of tasks. This course will show you how to define your own Python function. You’ll learn when to divide your program into separate user-defined functions and what tools you’ll need to do this.
You’ll also learn the various ways to pass data into a function when calling it, which allows for different behavior from one invocation to the next.
In this course, you’ll learn:
This course will be the most helpful for you if you’re already familiar with the fundamental concepts of Python, including basic data types, lists and tuples, dictionaries, the import statement, conditional statements, and for loops.