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OK, try this one on for size: create a new function named odds that re
Please help me out.
def first_4(z): return z[:4] def first_and_last_4(x): return x[:4] + x[-4:] def odds(a): for i, y in enumerate(odds): if i%2!=0: return i, y odds(odds)
Steven Parker220,501 Points
As nakalkucing hinted, the purpose of this exercise is to practice using slices, so you can expect each task to be solved using one or more slices.
In particular, you will not need a loop, or a conditional test.