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Python Python Collections (2016, retired 2019) Lists Removing items from a list

Adam Cameron
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Adam Cameron
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'Removing items from a list' code challenge - single step solution?

Hi, I was able to solve the first part of this challenge in two steps, but did anyone figure out how to do it in one step? Here are the instructions:

"First, start by moving the 1 from index 3 to index 0. Try to do this in a single step by using both .pop() and .insert(). It's OK if it takes you more than one step, though!"

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