Calling Values

Ulrich Eckhardt ulrich.eckhardt at
Fri Aug 3 14:32:57 CEST 2012

Am 03.08.2012 13:49, schrieb Subhabrata:
> I am trying to call the values of one function in the
 > another function in the following way:
> def func1():
> 	num1=10
> 	num2=20
> 	print "The Second Number is:",num2
> 	return
> def func2():
> 	num3=num1+num2
> 	num4=num3+num1
> 	print "New Number One is:",num3
> 	print "New Number Two is:",num4
> 	return
> I am preferring not to use argument passing or using class?

You could make those variables global, see the "global" statement in the 
documentation of the language. However: I don't think that is a good 
idea and it will make your program more confusing to read than 
necessary, but go ahead and make that experience yourself. ;)

If you want, you can post your code here when done so that others might 
give you hints how to do things easier and cleaner, like e.g. putting 
spaces around operators and using four spaces indention (See PEP 8) or 
dropping the implied return from functions that return nothing. Apart 
from that, the above code is too short and with too little info what 
it's supposed to achieve, I can't really give you better advise.

Good luck!


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