IPython interpreter and start writing some python code.
:'''Perform the following steps:'''
Issue the following commands:<source> ipython3 cd ~/ops435/lab1 pwd ls </source>Our first python code we will write is going to call the print function. A function is code that has been defined in another location. Functions can take arguments, use these arguments in some way, and then usually return a result. The first function we will use is the "print()" functions, it's sole purpose is to output information to the screen.<br><br>:# At the prompt, execute the following:<source>
</source>You will notice that nothing
happened when we ran this "print()" function. This is because we didn't pass any arguments to it, lets try again.<br><br>
:# Issue the following function:<br><source>