Functions Related Tips

Learn how functions play an important role with respect to safety in Python code.

Call that function

A function identifier is a reference to a function, and acts as a claim that the function has been defined and exists somewhere in the interpreter’s memory. When we mention an existing function’s identifier on the command line, the interpreter confirms that the function exists. It also tells us the address of the function in the RAM, but that’s not our concern:

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