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Python Example of function as argument: Here, we are going to learn how we can pass a function as an argument in Python?
Submitted by Pankaj Singh, on October 14, 2018

Example:

Here, we are defining two function foo() and koo(), function koo() will take an argument x that will be a function while calling.

The calling statement is koo(foo) - where, koo() is first function and foo() is second function. Function foo() is function as an argument here.

Code:

# defining a function
def foo():
    print("I am Foo")

# defining an another passing, 
# it will take function as an argument	
def koo(x):
    x()

# calling first function by passing 
# second function as an argument 
koo(foo)

Output

I am Foo




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