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Python

Devin Kulp
Devin Kulp
892 Points

Why is step 1 no longer passing?

favorite_things = ['raindrops on roses', 'whiskers on kittens', 'bright copper kettles', 'warm woolen mittens', 'bright paper packages tied up with string', 'cream colored ponies', 'crisp apple strudels']

slice1 = favorite_things[1:4] slice2 = favorite_things[5:7] sorted_things = favorite_things(:) sorted_things.sort()

2 Answers

You should use [:] instead of (:). Remember: You use bracket notation (don't use parens) to get a index or slice a list!

I hope this helps :grin:

:dizzy: ~Alex :dizzy:

No problem :sparkles: :+1: :sparkles:

Can you please provide a Best Answer :grin:

Thank you! ~Alex