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Python Introducing Lists Build an Application Multidimensional Musical Groups

Im lost now :(

I've learnt a lot in the course, but I am struggling to complete this part, I don't want to go back and watch all the courses, I don't know what im struggling with, ahh help, everything was going so well

groups.py
musical_groups = [
    ["Ad Rock", "MCA", "Mike D."],
    ["John Lennon", "Paul McCartney", "Ringo Starr", "George Harrison"],
    ["Salt", "Peppa", "Spinderella"],
    ["Rivers Cuomo", "Patrick Wilson", "Brian Bell", "Scott Shriner"],
    ["Chuck D.", "Flavor Flav", "Professor Griff", "Khari Winn", "DJ Lord"],
    ["Axl Rose", "Slash", "Duff McKagan", "Steven Adler"],
    ["Run", "DMC", "Jam Master Jay"],
]
for members in musical_groups:
    print("* " + member)

1 Answer

Adriano Junior
Adriano Junior
5,065 Points

Keep calm, Nick. You just committed a minor mistake. The Interpreter is very picky, and won't allow errors of semantics. You wrote... for members in musical_groups: print("" + member)... it should have been: print("" + members).

And let me know if you have problems later on.

Cheers!

Here's the code for both tasks

for musical_group in musical_groups: if len(musical_group) <= 3: #If I only want Groups with 3 members. print(", ".join(musical_group))