Python: Add two objects if both objects are an integer type
Python Basic: Exercise-36 with Solution
Write a Python program to add two objects if both objects are an integer type.
def add_numbers(a, b): if not (isinstance(a, int) and isinstance(b, int)): return "Inputs must be integers!" return a + b print(add_numbers(10, 20)) print(add_numbers(10, 20.23)) print(add_numbers('5', 6)) print(add_numbers('5', '6'))
30 Inputs must be integers! Inputs must be integers! Inputs must be integers!
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