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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types Lists

extend error

when i follow along and try to use .extend it gives me an error that says 'tuple' has no attribute "extend". what is going on there

Randy Fournier
Randy Fournier
1,347 Points

Show your code, hard to say exactly without seeing anything lol.

2 Answers

Stuart McIntosh
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Stuart McIntosh
Python Web Development Techdegree Graduate 22,871 Points

Hi there 'tuples' cannot be changed so have no attributes like extend. Lists do. Not sure what your code is but you may have mistakenly created a tuple rather than a list?

gabrielle moran
gabrielle moran
1,985 Points

Did you use parentheses instead of a square bracket when trying to create your list? That would create a tuple