Why is the output of my function printing out “None”?

It’s the return value of the function, which you print out. If there is no return statement (or just a return without an argument), an implicit return None is added to the end of a function.

You probably want to return the values in the function instead of printing them:

def jiskya(x, y):
    if x > y:
        return y
        return x

print(jiskya(2, 3))

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