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how can i finish this thing
words = [ 'yellow', 'red', 'yesterday', 'tomorrow', 'maybe', 'zucchini', 'eggplant', 'year', 'month', 'yell', 'yonder', 'today', ]
Steven Parker217,557 Points
The instructions are: Create a variable named y_words that uses a list comprehension to only contain the words from words that start with the letter "y".
It doesn't look like you've started yet, but some things you know need doing:
- you need a variable name "y_words"
- the variable will be assigned from a list comprehension
- list comprehensions have brackets around them
- part of a list comprehension will be similar to a loop
- another part will be a conditional test
- the condition needs to check the first letter of each word
Give it a try and if you still have trouble, show your code so far.
Amy Mou8,920 Points
Hi, you can check the first item on each string if it equals to 'y'
y_words = [word for word in words if word=='y']