The code that was already there will print out every item in a list called 'n,' but it is not useful for much else. A more useful bit of code would be one that allows you to print out every item in any list presented. What you want to do here is to take the code on lines 3 & 4 and put it inside of a function.
Delete from your function:
because this will only ever print out the first three items in a list, what if the list is longer than three items?
Replace it with:
for i in range(0, len(n)):
but don't forget to replace the
x's(because that is the name of the function's argument) and adjust the indentation. Don't forget to check out the instructions and hints in each lesson. They can be helpful.