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#Create a function named daysInMonth that takes 1 argument.
#The argument would be a string that is the month, and the function should
#return an integer that is the number of days the month has in it.

What I have tried:

def daysInMonth(x):
month = "February"
return month



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Updated 15-Dec-20 22:17pm
Richard MacCutchan 16-Dec-20 5:02am
Read the question again carefully. What is the input parameter? What is the expected return value? Think about how you would do this if someone asked you, "how many days are there in July?".

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Read your homework assignment again:
The argument would be a string that is the month
You are passing in an integer instead of a string.
the function should return an integer that is the number of days the month has in it
You are returning a string.

You are also not doing anything with the parameter - the returned value needs to be different depending on the value of the parameter.

The Python Tutorial — Python 3.9.1 documentation[^]

It's not clear from the wording of your homework whether you are expected to take leap years into account, and if so, which year you are expected to use.

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