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Dwarika Mishra1,827 Points
Make a function named first_4 that accepts an iterable as an argument and returns the first 4 items in the iterable.
What does it mean by iterable..is it asking for list
list=[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10] def first_4(list): return list[:4]
Keerthi Suria Kumar Arumugam4,585 Points
Yes, in this case, it is asking for a list.
In general, an iterable could be anything that returns one member every time, when included in an appropriate statement. Examples of iterables are str, list, dict, tuple,...