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Dave HannaCourses Plus Student 2,969 Points
Dont know how to solve this
Don't really know what I'm doing
the_list = ["a", 2, 3, 1, False, [1, 2, 3]] # Your code goes below here the_list.pop(4) the_list.insert(0)
Steven Parker218,636 Points
You do seem to have the right idea. But you have a few issues:
- remember that indexes start at 0, not 1. The value you want is not at index 4.
- the insert method takes two arguments, the offset (you have that already), and the thing to insert
- the pop method will return the thing that it removes.
I'll bet you can get it now without an explicit spoiler.