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On Sun, 8 Nov 2020 13:50:19 -0500, Quentin Bock <qberz2005 at gmail.com> wrote: > Errors say that add takes 1 positional argument but 3 were given? Does this > limit how many numbers I can have or do I need other variables? > Here is what I have: > def add(numbers): > total = 1 > for x in numbers: > total += x > return total > print(add(1999, -672, 84)) Your function "add" expects a single argument that is a list of numbers. You're passing it three arguments, each a number. Try add([1999, -672, 84]). -- To email me, substitute nowhere->runbox, invalid->com.

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