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The code works its just not presented the right way...

my code works on:


I've no idea why it doesn't work here, Drives me crazy when it does this.

backwards = [
    [5, 4, 3, 2, 1],
def reverse(test_list):
    res = [i[::-1] for i in test_list]
    return res

1 Answer

Mel Rumsey
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Mel Rumsey
Treehouse Staff

Hey there diginoma!

The answer is a bit more simple for this question. To reverse an iterable item passed into the reverse function, you can simply return the item[::1].

So the function would look something like this:

def reverse(item):
    return item[::-1]

Hope this helps!