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Python Python Collections (Retired) Slices Slice Functions

Why doesn't list[1::2] work for getting all odd numbers in a list?

Can anyone tell what I'm doing wrong? This appears to be a pretty simple question and I feel as though my answer is correct, but the quiz is not accepting the answer as correct.

def odds(arg2):
  return arg2[1::2]

1 Answer

Nevermind: ( Important: The code you write in each task should be added to the code written in the previous task.)

I had deleted the previous function from the answer script.