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Python Python Collections (2016, retired 2019) Lists Disemvowel

how do I do this?

I don't know how to convert a string into a list thank you

def disemvowel(word):
    for letter in list:
        if letter.upper == "A":
            del letter

    return word

1 Answer

Hello @yc5 it seems that you already have it correct, the list() method will convert it into a list, however you only forgot to assign the converted text to a variable so you can look through it with your for loop. word_list = list(word) .... for letter in word_list: ... hopefully this will help