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Python Introducing Lists Meet Lists All You Need Is Lists

Let's get the band back together. Can you please add "Paul" to the end of the beatles list using the appropriate list m

beatles.py
beatles = ["John"]
others = ["George", "Ringo"]
# Your code here

5 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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You didn't say what kind of trouble you are having, but as a generic hint the list method you probably want to use here is "append".

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,230 Points

When you call a function or method, follow the method name with parentheses in which you place any arguments.

But in this case, it looks like you used square brackets [] instead of parentheses ().

Please try this code!! beatles = ["John"] others = ["George", "Ringo"]

Your code here

beatles.append("Paul")

Anthony Tiseo
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Anthony Tiseo
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beatles = ["John"] others = ["George", "Ringo"]

beatles.append["Paul"]

but it says Paul not defined I tried making a variable equally Paul but that didn't seem to work either :(

beatles = ["John"] others = ["George", "Ringo"]

Your code here

beatles.append("Paul")

in Paul keep P as capital beatles.append("Paul")