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i tried the .append method and reviewing the video twice but did not see this covered.
i tried the .append method and reviewing the video twice but did not see this covered. Would my code or the .append method both not work? Didn't see this covered in the preceding video
hellos = [ "Hello", "Tungjatjeta", "Grüßgott", "Вiтаю", "dobrý den", "hyvää päivää", "你好", "早上好" ] for hellos print(hellos) ("world")
Hey Daniel! Couple of things here. One is that your not creating the for loop properly, a for loop should look like this:
for ITEM in VARIABLE: # Here were looping thru a variable, and in each iteration where saving whatever is in that current position to the varibale "ITEM". # Do something
Second is you should try to concatenate whatever the variable "ITEM" currently stores with the string "world". This can be done with the + operator. So your code should look like this:
for i in hellos: print(i + " world") # Remember to add a space at the start of the string, since we dont want to display the two words as one
Hope this helps! Note. If you look at the very first thing he explains in the previous video, you will find the solution to this challenge. I recommend rewatching it!
venkat bogadi1,031 Points
hope below code helps
item_list= for items in hellos: item_list.append(items) print(item_list)