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I am doing basic data analysis on an csv file in jupyter notebook

def answer_two():
    return (df['Gold']-df['Gold.1']).argmax()
answer_two

The above code snippet is to subtract two columns of the dataframe.I am expecting an answer in the form of a country name but I am getting the following output.

<function __main__.answer_two>

I am unable to figure out why this is happening .Occasionally ,the required output in the form of country name is coming but not running it everytime.

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closed as off-topic by Stephen Rauch, Icyblade, Kiritee Gak, timleathart, oW_ Jan 4 '18 at 23:09

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  • $\begingroup$ answer_two() not answer_two $\endgroup$ – oW_ Jan 4 '18 at 23:09
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Instead of calling answer_two, call answer_two(). you are referring to the function object now. You have to call the function.

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