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PROBLEM:

Python programming is new to me . I wrote a code which gives me following error:

python indentationerror: unindent does not match any outer indentation level

 The code I wrote is:

import sys

def Function(x):
    result = 1
    for i in range (1,x):
        result = result * i * i
    print ("Your factorial is ",result)
    return result

print (Function(10))

 

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Solution:

 

In your programm your logic is not right. Your logic should be like:

result = result * i

So your code should be like:

import sys

def Function(x):
    result = 1
    for i in range (1,x):
        result = result * i 
    print ("Your factorial is ",result)
    return result

print (Function(10))

And your output will be:

Your factorial is  362880
362880

Happy Coding.

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