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A function is a block or group of similar statements that perform a specific task. A function is written to perform the task. In Python, a function takes the input, performs the task, and returns the output. A function also makes the code reusable; instead of writing the same code again and again for performing a similar task, we can make a function and call it.

Python has various built-in functions, including print (), type (), and more. But, we can also define or write our functions. We call these functions “user-defined” functions. In this article, you will learn how to define a function with multiple examples. The Spyder3 editor is used for creating and writing the Python scripts shown in this article...

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