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Mathew Yangang4,433 Points
I'm kind of confuse here. Do i have to assign a new variable to the combo function and use a for loop ? or just return the list(enumerate()) as i did, but my code is not passing though
# combo([1, 2, 3], 'abc') # Output: # [(1, 'a'), (2, 'b'), (3, 'c')] def combo([1,2,3],'abc'): return list(enumerate(combo))
Steven Parker225,664 Points
The comments only show an example of how the function might be called, the definition won't look like that.
Some other hints:
- you'll need to give both of the parameters names
- you won't need "enumerate" for this task
- you will probably want a loop for creating the tuples