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Python Introducing Lists Using Lists Continental

Asia is in the list

The warning feed back is that the out put doesn't contain Asia in it. Although it clearly is when it prints the output. Why am I getting this error

continents = [
    'South America',
    'North America',
# Your code here
print("Continents: ")
for continent in continents:
    print("* "+continents[0], continents[3], continents[5], continents[6])

3 Answers

Each of your list items shows all four continents. You are supposed to list them one at a time.

Im having trouble understanding what you mean by list them separately. When I separate the indexing like: print(continents[0]) print(continents[3]) ...etc That still doesn't do it. nor do other variations. It looks like it just keeps looping in the output and the error says Asia doesn't repeat in line 49 or some very large line number.

You can use the same code you had in the first task and add an if condition that checks the first character of continent for 'A' to determine if the item should print