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Exercise

In this exercise, you will need to add numbers and strings to the correct lists using the “append” list method. You must add the numbers 1,2, and 3 to the “numbers” list, and the words ‘hello‘ and ‘world‘ to the strings variable.

You will also have to fill in the variable second_name with the second name in the names list, using the brackets operator [ ]. Note that the index is zero-based, so if you want to access the second item in the list, its index will be 1.

numbers = []
strings = []
names = ["John", "Eric", "Jessica"]

# code already done here.
numbers.append(1)
numbers.append(2)
numbers.append(3)

strings.append("hello")
strings.append("world")

second_name = names[1]

# this code should write out the filled arrays and the second name in the names list (Eric).
print(numbers)
print(strings)
print("The second name on the names list is %s" % second_name)

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By |2019-02-08T19:21:24-04:00April 7th, 2018|Categories: Computer Programming Languages, Python|Tags: , |

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