Solution 1

``````def pretty_result(original_function):
def wrapped(a, b):
original_result = original_function(a, b)
function_name = original_function.__name__
return "The result of the function '{}' is: {}".format(
function_name, original_result)
return wrapped
``````

# Pretty Results Decorator

Implement a `@pretty_result` decorator that changes the result of any function, returning the result plus a pretty message. Example, the function `sum(1, 2)` should return `3`. If applied `@pretty_result` it should return `"The result of the function 'sum' is: 3"`.

### Test Cases

test subtract function -

``````def test_subtract_function():

@pretty_result
def subtract(x, y):
return x - y

assert subtract(13, 8) == "The result of the function 'subtract' is: 5"
``````

``````def test_add_function():
@pretty_result
return x + y

assert add(2, 5) == "The result of the function 'add' is: 7"
``````
def pretty_result(original_function): pass # This is for your testing purposes # Uncomment and "Run Code": # ======================================== # @pretty_result # def add(x, y): # return x + y # print(add(2, 5)) # ======================================== # Do you see: "The result of the function 'add' is: 7" ??