pass is a
null statement. The interpreter does not ignore a
pass statement, but nothing happens and the statement results into no operation.
pass statement is useful when you don’t write the implementation of a function but you want to implement it in the future.
So, to avoid compilation errors, you can use the
The syntax of the
pass statement is:
addition() function has no implemention:
def addition(num1, num2): # Implementation will go here pass # Pass statement addition(2, 2)
if statement has no implementation:
# This functions prints the number if its not 2 def display(number): if number is 2: pass # Pass statement else: print ("Number: ", number) display(2) display(3)
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