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Python Python Collections (2016, retired 2019) Lists Combining Lists

Sanoj Amarasiri
Sanoj Amarasiri
1,877 Points

Finally, use the .insert() method to place the string "start" at the beginning of your best list.

Can someone explain what is wrong with my code???

lists.py
best = [1,2,3]
best.extend([4,5])
best.insert(0,"Start")

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,083 Points

The instructions say "to place the string "start" at the beginning of your best list."

But this code is inserting "Start" (with a capital "S") instead of "start".

Sanoj Amarasiri
Sanoj Amarasiri
1,877 Points

Yeah, It worked.. Thank You.. :)