Python Functions: Overview, Types, Arguments, Doctstirng

:heavy_check_mark: Python Functions is a block of related statements:abacus: designed to perform a computational, logical, or evaluative task.

:heavy_check_mark: The idea:thinking_face:  is to put some commonly or repeatedly done tasks together and make a function so that instead of writing the same code multiple times for different inputs, function calls can be done to reuse the code contained in it numerous times.

:heavy_check_mark: The function is first defined using a def keyword and then we can make the function call:loudspeaker: by using the name of the function followed by parenthesis containing parameters of that particular function.

:heavy_check_mark: Python Arguments: The arguments are types of information that can be passed into the function. They are specified in the parentheses.

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:mag_right: Docstring
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