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+4 votes

I tried def drawBarGraph([]):
but its giving me an error

asked in CSC201 Spring 2021 by (132 points)
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After defining the list, how do you get the asterik to print for each element?

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You'll use string multiplication based on each value. So like, "v" * value, if value = 5, would print vvvvv, five vs.

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+4 votes

Think of it as a normal variable because defined function takes whatever you give it in the call statement. So just do drawBarGraph(yourList):

answered by (8 points)
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You'll want to put the name of a list you define in your main function in the parentheses, like: drawBarGraph(listName):
Then go and define listName in your main, before you call drawBarGraph.

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