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 *1) are positive integers. 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!

*1) 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

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