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I don't understand how to do this. What do I do here?
What do I do here?
var: i for i in i = "i + 1": my_list = [i] print(my_list);
my_list =  for val in range(0, 10): my_list.append(val)
Keep in mind a range start value by default is 0, so this passes also:
my_list =  for val in range(10): my_list.append(val)
Also, in the real world, val could be any variable name, such as i or 'element' or even 'el', but var was what the instructions were suggesting, so I used that.
Also, the instructions don't ask you to print anything - so don't - although, again, in the real world, it would probably make sense to do so, especially for testing purposes.
I hope that helps.
Stay safe and happy coding!