If you have not checked Practice Problem Python Debugging then first i suggest you to go through it and try solving it out yourself . If you have already solved the problems then Lets find out solution for the practice problem that we shared in last python debugging content.

Solution 1: The function definition is missing a colon at the end.

``````def greet(name):
print("Hello, " + name)

greet("Alice")
``````

Solution 2: Adjust the indentation of the `print` statements to match the function’s indentation.

``````def print_numbers():
print("1")
print("2")
print("3")

print_numbers()
``````

Solution 3: The loop should start from 1, and the range should go up to `n+1`.

``````def calculate_sum(n):
result = 0
for i in range(1, n+1):
result += i
return result

print(calculate_sum(5))
``````

Solution 4: Define the `message` variable before using it.

``````message = "Hello, World!"

def print_message():
print(message)

print_message()
``````

Solution 5: Convert the user input to an integer.

``````age = int(input("Enter your age: "))
if age > 18:
else:
``````

Solution 6: Access an index within the bounds of the list.

``````my_list = [1, 2, 3]
print(my_list)  # Corrected index to 2
``````

Solution 7: Handle non-numeric input gracefully.

``````try:
age = int(input("Enter your age: "))
except ValueError:
print("Invalid input. Please enter a valid age.")``````

Day 13: Debugging the Python Code

Day 13 : Practice Problem Python Debugging