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# Reverse evens

Hi there,

I tested my code in workspace but in the challenge I get an error message saying that my code didn't return the right values. What am I doing wrong?

BR, Kimmo

slices.py
```def first_4(iterable):
return iterable[0:4]

def first_and_last_4(iterable):
return iterable[0:4] + iterable[-4:]

def odds(iterable):
return iterable[1::2]

def reverse_evens(iterable):
slice = iterable[::-1]
return slice[::2]
```

if you use your reverse_evens function on something like [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6] then it would return [6, 4, 2]. Hope you can find a right answer now?. You can perhaps try something like this:

```def reverse_evens(iterable):
odds = iterable[::2]
slice = odds[::-1]
print (slice)
```

Maybe look at this from another perspective if it helps. What I did to help me was look at it using an if statement Ex:

```def reverse_evens(arg):
if {arg is even}:
return arg[start from -2 index and step back 2]
else:
return arg[start from -1 index and step back 2]
```

I hope this hint helps