Python Math: Multiply two integers without using the * operator in python
Python Math: Exercise-19 with Solution
Write a Python program to multiply two integers without using the * operator.
def multiply(x, y): if y < 0: return -multiply(x, -y) elif y == 0: return 0 elif y == 1: return x else: return x + multiply(x, y - 1) print(multiply(3, 5));
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