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How to simulate function overload with different number of parameters in Python

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def add(n, m=None):
    if m:
        return n + m
    else:
        return n + 1

print(add(2))
print(add(3, 4))


'''
run:

3
7

'''

 




answered Feb 11 by avibootz
0 votes
def add(*n):
    if len(n) == 1:
        return n[0] + 1
    else:
        return n[0] + n[1]
    
print(add(2))
print(add(3, 4))


'''
run:

3
7

'''

 




answered Feb 12 by avibootz
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