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choices: bummer or bummer or bummer
I don't see why this code is not working.
import random def nchoices(iters, n): random_choice_list =  i = 1 for i in n: random_choice = random.choice(iters) random_choice_list.append(random_choice) return random_choice_list
Brian Fuller6,699 Points
Did you mean to say "for i in range(n):" ?
If so, you don't need i = 1 before that. The range function creates a list of numbers for you, which you can then iterate over in your for loop.
That's it! All I needed was to change the n to range(n). Thanks.