callable()

Returns True if an object is callable, and False if an object is not callable.

Syntax

callable(object)

Example 1

Use callable() to determine if the function Slogan is callable:

def Slogan():
return "Welcome to Codecademy!"
print(callable(Slogan))
# Output: True

Example 2

Use callable() to determine if the string "Welcome to Codecademy!" is callable:

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Output
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