Thursday 2 November 2023

Python Coding challenge - Day 58 | What is the output of the following Python code?

 


In the above code a function add(a, b) that takes two arguments a and b and returns their sum using the + operator. However, there's a potential issue because you are trying to add an integer (3) and a string ('2') together, which can lead to a type error.

When you call add(3, '2'), the function is trying to add an integer and a string, which is not a valid operation in Python. Python typically doesn't allow you to perform arithmetic operations between different data types without explicit type conversion.

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