# Function and String Mixed-Up Code Questions¶

Create a function `joinStrings(str1, str2)` that takes two different strings as parameters, `str1` and `str2`, and returns them as one string with `str1` before `str2`. For example, `joinStrings('he','llo')` returns `hello`.

Write a function `joinStrings(str1, str2)` that takes two different strings as parameters, `str1` and `str2`, and returns them as one string with `str1` before `str2`. For example, `joinStrings('he','llo')` returns `hello`.

Create a function `rect_per(w, h)` that takes the width, `w`, and the height, `h`, as parameters. Calculate the perimeter, which is the width plus the height times two, and return a string in the form - `Perimeter of rectangle with width of (w) and height of (h) is (perimeter)`. For example, `rect_per(5,10)` returns `Perimeter of rectangle with width of 5 and height of 10 is 30`.

Write a function `rect_per(w, h)` that takes the width, `w`, and the height, `h`, as parameters. Calculate the perimeter, which is the width plus the height times two, and return a string in the form - `Perimeter of rectangle with width of (w) and height of (h) is (perimeter)`. For example, `rect_per(5,10)` returns `Perimeter of rectangle with width of 5 and height of 10 is 30`.

Create a function `cube(n)` that takes a number, `n`, and cubes it and returns a string in the form `Cube of (n) is (n cubed)`. For example, `cube(4)` returns `Cube of 4 is 64`.

Write a function `cube(n)` that takes a number, `n`, and cubes it and returns a string in the form `Cube of (n) is (n cubed)`. For example, `cube(4)` returns `Cube of 4 is 64`.

Create a function `atlas(c_name)` that takes a country name, `c_name`, as a parameter and returns a string in the form of `The last letter of (c_name) is (last)`. For example, `atlas('Germany')` returns `The last letter of Germany is y`.

Write a function `atlas(c_name)` that takes a country name, `c_name`, as a parameter and returns a string in the form of `The last letter of (c_name) is (last)`. For example, `atlas('Germany')` returns `The last letter of Germany is y`.

Create a function `dateYear(date)` that takes a string, `date`, in the format MM/DD/YYYY and returns the year. For example, `dateYear(11/07/2000)` should return `2000`.

Write a function `dateYear(date)` that takes a string, `date`, in the format MM/DD/YYYY and returns the year. For example, `dateYear(11/07/2000)` should return `2000`.

Create a function `capitalize(str)`, that takes a string, `str`, and returns the string with the first letter capitalized. For example, `capitalize('america')` would return `America`.

Write a function `capitalize(str)`, that takes a string, `str`, and returns the string with the first letter capitalized. For example, `capitalize('america')` would return `America`.

Create a function `mod_password(password)`, that takes a string, `password`, and returns a new string that replaces all `'s'` in the string with `'\$'`. For example, `mod_password('suspense')` returns `\$u\$pen\$e`.

Write a function `mod_password(password)`, that takes a string, `password`, and returns a new string that replaces all `'s'` in the string with `'\$'`. For example, `mod_password('suspense')` returns `\$u\$pen\$e`.

Create a function `first_last(str)`, that takes a string, `str`, and returns a new string with the first two characters of the word followed by the last two characters. Assume `str` is four characters or more. For example, `first_last('wander')` returns `waer`.

Write a function `first_last(str)`, that takes a string, `str`, and returns a new string with the first two characters of the word followed by the last two characters. Assume `str` is four characters or more. For example, `first_last('wander')` returns `waer`.

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