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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types Specific Index value

vibhor RAMPAL
vibhor RAMPAL
2,365 Points

Make a new variable named var1 that is either a list or a string. Make sure that var1[5], the item with an index value o

Any help here

index.py
varl = 'hellt'
varl.index['t']

2 Answers

Frederik Andersen
Frederik Andersen
10,012 Points

Hi vibhor. This would work:

var1 = 'hellot'

Remember that the counting of index starts from 0. So the 0th index here is 'h' and the 5th is 't'

Hope this helped :-)

varl = 'hellot'
varl.index('t')

Also, parenthesis and not brackets.