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Python Python Sequences Sequence Iteration Iterating over Ranges

Kennedy Malonga
Kennedy Malonga
14,044 Points

error

Write a for loop that iterates over a range with a stop value of 10 (assume the start value is 0 and the step value is 1). The body of the for loop should append the current value to the provided list called my_list. To append a value to a list, use the syntax my_list.append(val).

iterating_ranges.py
my_list = []

for count in range(0, 11, 1):
    my_list.append(count)
    print(my_list)

1 Answer

Jason Anders
MOD
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,631 Points

Hi Kennedy Malonga

You've got it, but are just using the wrong values. The instruction specifically ask for "a stop value of 10", but you are indicating 11. Just change that value to match the instructions and you're good to go.

Keep coding. :) :dizzy: