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if <code>number</code> is less than 0, you return <code>number * -1</code> and never even get to the last line of the function. However, if <code>number</code> is greater than or equal to 0, the <code>if</code> expression evaluates to <code>False</code>, so we skip the code in the <code>if</code> block and return <code>number</code>.
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if <code>number</code> is less than 0, you return <code>number * -1</code> and never even get to the last line of the function. However, if <code>number</code> is greater than or equal to 0, the <code>if</code> expression evaluates to <code>False</code>, so we skip the code in the <code>if</code> block and return <code>number</code>. We could have written the above function like this if we wanted. It's the same logic, just more typing:
 
 
We could have written the above function like this if we wanted. It's the same logic, just more typing:
 
  
 
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