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21 October, 05:54

# Write a program whose input is two integers and whose output is the two integers swapped. Ex: If the input is: 3 8 the output is: 8 3 Your program must define and call the following function. swap_values () returns the two values in swapped order. def swap_values (user_val1, user_val2)

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1. 21 October, 06:48
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The program to this question can be given as:

Program:

def swap_values (user_val1, user_val2) : #define function

return (user_val2, user_val1) #return values

if __name__ = = '__main__': #define constructor.

n1 = int (input ('Enter first number : ')) #input value form user

n2 = int (input ('Enter second number : ')) #input value form user

(n1, n2) = swap_values (n1, n2) #hold function values.

print (n1) #print values

print (n2) #print values

Output:

Enter first number : 3

Enter second number : 8

8

3

Explanation:

The explanation of the above python program can be given as:

In the python program we define a function that is "swap_values". This function takes two integer values that is "user_val1 and user_val2" as a parameters and returns variable values that is "user_val2 and user_val1". Then we use a constructor in this we define two variable that is "n1 and n2" these variable are use to take user-input from the user and pass the value into the function. To hold the value of the function we use n1 and n2 variable and print these variable value.