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Python Python Collections (2016, retired 2019) Slices sillyCase

Chastin Davis
Chastin Davis
Courses Plus Student 2,299 Points

I am not understanding how this can be done. How can I create a string that has half its char lowercase and half upper?

I believe I am to use a function and use slices in that function to accomplish this.

def sillycase(cases):

1 Answer

One way I can think of is using the len() function, division operator, index slicing (string[:2], string[2:]), and the string.upper() and string.lower() methods.

let me know if you still need help. :)