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Python Python Collections (Retired) Slices Slice Functions

9,299 Points

Can`t understand the question????

Please explain the problem

def first_4():
    return ro[0:4]

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,232 Points

:point_right: You overlooked the part about the function "accepts an iterable as an argument":

  • an argument is defined between the parentheses () on the first line
  • your function will operate on the argument, it will not use input
  • since the argument is already an iterable, you will not need split