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Python Introducing Lists Using Lists Continental

I can't figure out the answer

I can't figure out the answer to this. I tried doing it the same way the professor did but it didn't work. Can anyone figure out the answer so that I know what I did wrong.

continents = [
    'South America',
    'North America',

for continents in continents:
    print(continents(0) + continents(1))

1 Answer

Mark Sebeck
Mark Sebeck
Treehouse Moderator 37,776 Points

First your variable in the for loop needs to be a different name than the collection. I would use continent. And you don't need (0) and (1). The value of continent will be the collection element each time through. So something like this for the for loop.

for continent in continents:

You will just need to add the bullet point