Functions in python require arguments and you can be rather expressive with them. You can have functions that accept any number of arguments and there's many nice use-cases to be able to pass around keyword arguments. In this series of videos we'll explore how to use arguments (args) as well as keyword arguments (kwargs).
Let's have a look at the same function.
def function(a, b, *args, keyword=True, **kwargs): print(a, b) print(args) print(keyword) print(kwargs)
Note that this call will fail.
function(a=1, b=2, 5, 3, 4, param=42)
But this one will not.
function(1, 2, 5, 3, 4, param=42)
If you use the rule in the video you may remember why.
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