avatar Bite 120. Write a numbers validation decorator

Let's get some more practice with decorators ... in this Bite you will write a decorator that checks if input arguments (*args) are positive integers. 

You would use *args when you're not sure how many arguments might be passed to your function, i.e. it allows you pass an arbitrary number of arguments to your function (source).

If one or more of the passed in args are not of type int, it throws a TypeError, if it is an int but < 0, it throws a ValueError.

That's it! Wrap it in a nice decorator and the tests will validate your code. Have fun!

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