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Python

iteration

Print a bulleted list of each continent from the continents list. Output should look similar to:

  • Asia
  • South America

continents = ["Asia","South America","North America","Africa","Europe","Antarctica","Australia"]

del continents[2]

del continents[3]

del continents[4]

continents.pop(-2)

continents.pop()

for continent in continents:

         print("*" + " " + continent)

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,644 Points

The instructions don't say anything about deleting items from the list, just printing them.

How to do it using for loop

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,644 Points

The whole point is that you don't want to delete any. The instructions say "Print a bulleted list of each continent". So you only need your loop and you want to keep all the continent names.