My AI said me that:
The code you provided doesn't raise any errors because the string "Hello World" is printed before the return statement, and the return value of the function is the result of the addition operation (`x+y`), which is an integer. When you call `int(func(3,4))`, it executes the function `func(3,4)` which prints "Hello World" and returns the sum of 3 and 4, which is 7.
The `int()` function is then applied to the return value of the function, converting it to an integer. Since the return value is already an integer, there is no error. The converted value, 7, is assigned to the variable `z`, and it is then printed.
, you can convert a numerical string representation to an integer using the `int()` function. If the string cannot be converted to an integer, a `ValueError` will be raised. However, in your code, there is no situation where the `int()` function encounters a string that cannot be converted to an integer, so no error is raised.
In summary, the code executes without errors b