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Bummer: Didn't get the right values from `first_and_last_4`.

imagine, after testing this from the workspace these guys are still giving me that bummer. I JUST DON'T KNOW WHERE ITS COMING FROM.

slices.py
```def first_4(iterable):
return iterable[:4]

def first_and_last_4(iterable):
first_4=iterable[:4]
last_4=iterable[-1:-5:-1]
final=first_4+last_4
return final
```

You're close. I'm just not sure where you are going for the `last 4`? To return items from the end of a list, you just use a negative integer followed by the colon. So, to return the last 4 items you'd use `-4:`
One more tip: You can just return the two values instead of created a third value to hold that. So, instead of creating and then returning the `final` value, you could just do `return first_4+last_4`. (It's good to remember DRY programming).