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Victor Katsande3,094 Points
Still need help. made some corrections but still getting bummered.
Here is the body of the question
I want you to try and reproduce it yourself.
First, import the random library.
Then create a function named random_item that takes a single argument, an iterable. Then use random.randint() to get a random number between 0 and the length of the iterable, minus one. Return the iterable member that's at your random number's index.
Check the file for an example.
import random def random_item(iterable) random_number = random.randint(0, len(list(iterable))-1) return (iterable[random_number])
You don't need to convert the iterable argument into a list and you are missing the colon ':' after defining the function random_item.