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IM REALLY STUCK
For so many of the excersises i've had to look up the answer now, and this is just one of them
This challenge is just meant as a refresher. Create a single new list variable named my_list. Put 3 numbers and 2 strings into it in whatever order you want. For the last member, though, add another list with 2 items in it.
my_list = [1,2,3,"Apple","Pear"]
This particular challenge do tend to trip up a lot of students so you don't have to feel too bad about being stuck on it. The key to this challenge is understanding that a list can contain any item, including lists. So you can place a list inside a list.
The challenge wants the last item to be a list which contains two items, like this:
my_list = [1,2,3,"Apple","Pear", ["Nested string 1", "Nested string 2"]]
In the above code I have added the following list
["Nested string 1", "Nested string 2"] as a single item in
my_list. This is something which often looks odd to people starting programming, but is entirely valid. And is not actually that uncommon to find in real programs.