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temp = -10 assert (temp >= 0), "Colder than absolute zero!"

Here why the second argument is not in the parentheses , why it is important to write outside the parentheses ?

21st Aug 2019, 4:37 PM
Rupal Raut
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assert is not a function, but a keyword, and they have their own syntax. You also don't need the first set of parentheses, it's enough to just write the expression, and then the error string. It's basically a shortcut for this: if temp < 0: raise AssertionError( 'Colder than absolute zero!' )
21st Aug 2019, 4:47 PM
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