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Python Python Collections (Retired) Dictionaries Membership

Sai Kiran Dasika
Sai Kiran Dasika
Courses Plus Student 7,278 Points

Bug in the declaration of function. Its says Where's Members

Hey guys, Just wanted to know if this is a bug that its showing my code is

# You can check for dictionary membership using the
# "key in dict" syntax from lists.

### Example
# my_dict = {'apples': 1, 'bananas': 2, 'coconuts': 3}
# my_list = ['apples', 'coconuts', 'grapes', 'strawberries']
# members(my_dict, my_list) => 2

def members():
  return count(lis)

1 Answer

Kenneth Love
Kenneth Love
Treehouse Guest Teacher

I don't get anything about "where's members" but I do get a Bummer. I've updated the error messages, maybe you can figure out why your code isn't working from them.

I'll give you two hints. 1) members() is supposed to take arguments, yours doesn't; and 2) count() isn't a thing.