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Ahmed ElsaweyCourses Plus Student 3,527 Points
What does the question mean? and how can you do it?
I have no clue what the question is so can you explain it to me? also please tell me the answer. As soon as possible please can you check out my other questions. Kenneth Love Ricky Catron
def nchoices(list, int):
Ricky Catron13,023 Points
The question means take a list and return the amount of items specified in the second variable you called int.
AKA return if int = 7 return 7 items from the list.
I can't just give you the answer that isn't really how this works but you could do something like list[:7] which would give you the first 7, or list[-7:] which would give you the last 7.