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create a new function named odds that returns every item with an odd index in a provided iterable.
please help on my error
def first_4(iterable): return iterable[0:4] def first_and_last_4(iterable): first = iterable[0:4] last = iterable[-4:] result = first + last return result def odds(iterable): reverse_list = iterable[2::] return new_list[::-1]
Steven Parker216,136 Points
Here's a few hints:
- this function creates a "reverse_list" variable, but then tries to access "new_list" (not defined)
- you can do this challenge using only one slice
- since you want to return every other value, you'll need something other than the default "step" in the slice
- you want all the odd indexed items, but that's not what a start value of "2" gives you
- there won't be any negative slice parameters for this task