SyntaxError: invalid character in identifier in Python
Hello you guys, I am a newbie in Python and I'm also studying more about Python.
I learn how to define and call a function, I created a function to help validate age, print validates age if age between 20 and 60. Like this:
def valid_age(x): if x in range(20, 60): print("%s is valid age." % str(x)) else : print("Your age is invalid.") valid_age（5）
But I get an exception throw SyntaxError: invalid character in identifier;
File "main.py", line 7 valid_age（5） ^ SyntaxError: invalid character in identifier
I feel have some problems when I call
valid_age method, but I don't know how to resolve it.
I am using python 3.9
Anyone can explain it to me? And how can I solve it?
Thanks for any suggestions.
khati Dec 26 2021
I think you copy code from another website or your keyboard input has a problem. You can remove the line code error( line 7) and re-type it. It will work for you.
def valid_age(x): if x in range(20, 60): print("%s is valid age." % str(x)) else : print("Your age is invalid.") valid_age(20)
It's sure works correctly for you.
kezia johnpaul Dec 26 2021
I try to copy your code and run and I got the same error. I try remote
valid_age（5）line and re-type it to
valid_age(5)and it worked for me.