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HEY YOU GUYS... STEVEN I NEED YOUUUUU

Make a function named reverse_evens that accepts a single iterable as an argument. Return every item in the iterable with an even index...in reverse. For example, with [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] as the input, the function would return [5, 3, 1].

slices.py
```def first_4(item):
return item[:4]
def first_and_last_4(item):
return item[:4] + item[-4::1]
def odds(item):
return item[1::2]
def reverse_evens(item):
return item[::-2]
```

BTW, slices can be chained. For example, `collection[5:11][::2]` returns item indexes 5, 7, 9