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Python The Solution

Alejandro Montalvo
Alejandro Montalvo
1,436 Points

Used the exact method as Kenneth. The solution came out different.

I followed through Kenneth's solution like so:

Step 1: xo = 'xo' * 4 || ox = 'ox' * 4

Step 2: xoxo = [xo, ox] * 4

Step 3: print('/n'.join(xoxo))

When I run the file, instead of appearing like a chess board, it goes like this:


Surely there must be some detail I am missing right now.

3 Answers

what happened to the first(starting with x)line?