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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types list.remove()

Paul Nam
Paul Nam
2,093 Points

can't remove correctly, please help

states = [['red' 'green' 'blue']

[ 'ACTIVE', ['red'append(1), 'green'.append(2), 'blue'.append(3), 'CANCELLED'.append(4`, 'FINISHED' .append(5), 5.append(6) append.remove(6) ]

states = [['red' 'green' 'blue']

    ['red'append(1), 'green'.append(2), 'blue'.append(3),
    'FINISHED' .append(5),

It seems you aren't understanding lists. It would probably be best to re-watch the videos and listen carefully :)

Umesh Ravji
Umesh Ravji
42,361 Points

Just to add to the comment above.

You have the list given to you, don't touch these lines of code, only add your own. You call methods on that list such as append using states.append('apple') which will add an item to the list.

fruits = ['Banana', 'Mango', 'Pear']
fruits.append('Apple')  # add 'Apple' item to end of list
fruits.remove('Mango')  # remove 'Mango' item from list