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Can't understand this Need Help
I Tried my best. Sure this objective is hard
def first_4(Return): Returne = [1,2,3,4,5,1,2,3] lister = list(Returne) Returne[::2] return Return
Efaz Khan5,194 Points
Hi, this is how I did it:
def first_4(items): list1 =  for i in range(0,4): list1.append(items[i]) return list1
You can loop through the first 4 items using range(0,4) and append each to a list.