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Ranges are inclusive of the stop number. what does it mean
The answer was false but i don't understand why
Steven Parker228,978 Points
The term "inclusive" means that the number will be part of the list. So if it was "inclusive", the list created by the range would have the last number in it.
But that's not how Python works. The list created by the range has numbers up to the last number, but the last number is not included in the list. So the answer is "False".