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Python has many built in functions that act like a program inside a master program, such as print(),
input(), and list(). However people can define their own functions with the keyword def(). From what
I'm reading there are two primary forms of functions. One function is pre-defined and the other function
is a user-defined. These functions save a lot of time and help organize pages of code so you don’t let lost
in a sea of functions. Another reason these functions are useful is when you are doing repetitive
operations, there is no need to type out the same thing over and over when you can define something
once and move on with the rest of the code. An example of a def() function would be
Function example
def function():
print('user-built function')
function()
Output
user-built function

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