 # in my editor i am able to get the correct answer but why here it showing error

can any one help me this

slices.py
```def first_4(number):
return number[:4]

def first_and_last_4(number):
last=len(number)-4
result=number[:4]+number[last:]
return result
def odds(number):
return number[1::2]
def reverse_evens(number):
return number[::-2]

new_list=[1,"debi",56,True,56,"akib","raju",566,0,325,65]
result=first_4(new_list)
result=first_and_last_4(new_list)
result=odds(new_list)
resul=reverse_evens(new_list)
print(resul)
``` MOD

The `reverse_evens` can be tricky. Because you don't know in advance the length of the list passed in, you can not simply reverse the list as the result may be the odd indexes or the even indexes depending on length. First get the even indexes then reverse those. To test your code on try running:

```reverse_evens([0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5])
# should return [4, 2, 0]
reverse_evens([0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6])
# should return [6, 4, 2, 0]
``` Hi Debidatta thanks for asking this question and posting your code. I was having trouble with first_and_last_4 because i was reversing the order of my last 4 code and your solution helped me figure out I had interpreted the question improperly. I used some really silly and unintuitive names for my variables but here is my code and how I solved the last challenge. Cheers!

```def first_4(cookie):
def first_and_last_4(biscuit):
morsel = biscuit[0:4]
smidgen = biscuit[:-5:-1]
smidgen = smidgen[::-1]
morsel.extend(smidgen)
print(morsel)
return(morsel)
def odds(wiggle):
boggle = wiggle[1::2]
return(boggle)
def reverse_evens(wiggle):
boggle = wiggle[0::2]
smoggle = boggle[::-1]
return(smoggle)
```