Python Object-Oriented Python Inheritance Instances

Botho Kerekang
Botho Kerekang
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using combiner in a list

def combiner(list[]):

Botho Kerekang could you say what your exact problem is? :)

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Steven Parker
Steven Parker
182,438 Points

The instructions say that the function "takes a single argument, which will be a list ...". So when declaring the argument, you need only the name. The fact that it is a list doesn't have to be indicated in the declaration.

Also, since Python uses the word "list" internally, another name might be a better choice for the parameter.

And since the list will contain everything the function needs to work with, you won't need to "input" anything.