Local and Global parameters rules - python

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What are the rules for local and global parameters in python? I have recently started learning python and this has been very confusing. Thanks
Jul 24 in Python by Ashish
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In python, variables that are only referenced inside a function are implicitly global. If a variable is assigned inside the function, it's considered to be a local unless it's explicitly mentioned or declared globally. This has been a major confusion as a beginner. Hope this cleared it.
answered Jul 24 by Alia

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