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Python Introducing Lists Meet Lists All You Need Is Lists


What I'm doing wrong?.

beatles = ["John"]
others = ["George", "Ringo"]
# Your code here
beatles = ["Jonh"]
others = (["George", "Ringo"])
beatles.append ("Paul")
others.append ("Ringo")
beatles.extend (["beatles","others", "beatles.append"])

2 Answers

Hi Victor!

The actual code is much simpler.

A few tips:

You don't have to retype the first two lines

Don't type a space between a function and its (

This passes both tasks:

beatles = ["John"]
others = ["George", "Ringo"]
# Your code here
beatles.append("Paul") # adds Paul to the beatles list
beatles.extend(others) # adds George and Ringo to the beatles list
# And now the band is back together!?! LOL)

I hope that helps.

Stay safe and happy coding!

Thank you Peter, I appreciate to much your help.