Sunday 28 April 2024

Python Coding challenge - Day 188 | What is the output of the following Python Code?

 


Code:

name = "Jane Doe"

def myFunction(parameter):

    value = "First"

    value = parameter

    print (value)

myFunction("Second")

Solution and Explanation:

let's break down the code step by step:

name = "Jane Doe": This line assigns the string "Jane Doe" to the variable name. This means that the variable name now holds the value "Jane Doe".
def myFunction(parameter):: This line defines a function named myFunction which takes one parameter parameter.
value = "First": Inside the function myFunction, this line initializes a variable value with the string "First".
value = parameter: This line assigns the value of the parameter passed to the function to the variable value. Since the function is called with "Second" as the argument, the value of parameter becomes "Second". Therefore, the value of value also becomes "Second".
print(value): This line prints the value of the variable value.
Now, when the function myFunction is called with "Second" as the argument, it prints "Second". So if you were to run this code, the output would be:

Second


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