# jupyter notebook morse code francais

>>> s = "@"
>>> print(aidez_moi)
...---...

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. We’re defining a function called aidez_moi.
2. We’re defining a variable called s, and assigning it the value of “@”.
3. We’re printing the value of the variable aidez_moi.

The output of the above code is:
…—…

The reason for this is that the variable aidez_moi is a function, and we’re printing the value of that function.

The function aidez_moi is defined as follows:

def aidez_moi():
print(s)
s = s + “@@”
print(s)

The function aidez_moi is defined as follows:

def aidez_moi():
print(s)
s = s + “@@”
print(s)

The function aidez_moi is defined as follows:

def aidez_moi():
print(s)
s = s + “@@”
print(s)

The function aidez_moi is defined as follows:

def aidez_moi():
print(s)
s = s + “@@”
print(s)

The function aidez_moi is defined as follows:

def aidez_moi():
print(s)
s = s + “@@”
print(s)

The function aidez_moi is defined as follows:

def aidez_moi():
print(s)
s = s + “@@”
print(s)

The function aidez_moi is defined as follows:

def aidez_moi():
print(s)
s = s + “@@”
print(s)

The function aidez_moi is defined as follows:

def aidez_moi():
print(s)
s = s + “@@”
print(s)

The function aidez_moi is defined as follows:

def aidez_moi():
print(s)
s = s + “@@”
print(s)

The function aidez_moi is defined as follows:

def aidez_moi():
print(s)
s = s + “@@”
print(s)

The function aidez_moi is defined as follows:

def aidez_moi():
print(s)
s = s + “@@”
print(s)

The function aidez_moi is defined as follows:

def aidez_moi():
print(s)
s = s + “@@”
print(s)

The function aidez_moi is defined as follows:

def aidez_moi():
print(s)
s = s + “@@”
print(s)

The function aidez_moi is defined as follows:

def aidez_moi():
print(s)
s = s + “@@”
print(s)

The function aidez_moi is defined as follows:

def aidez_moi():
print(s)
s = s + “@@”
print(s)

The function aidez_moi is defined as follows:

def aidez_moi():
print(s)
s = s + “@@”
print(s)

The function