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Make a function named reverse_evens that accepts a single iterable as an argument. Return every item in the iterable wit
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def first_4(iterable): return iterable[:4] def first_and_last_4(iterable): first=iterable[:4] last=iterable[-4:] result=first+last return result def odds(iterable): reverse_list = iterable[1::2] return reverse_list def reverse_evens(reverse): return reverse[-1::-2]
Steven Parker216,136 Points
There's two basic strategies for this solution:
- compute the "start" position based on the length (or even/odd-ness) of the list
- use one slice to extract the even indexes, then a second one to reverse the list
Either method will work when correctly implemented, but the 2nd one might be easier.