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I have absolutely no idea what to do here. There is no sixth number in “MONTY” so i have no idea what the Fifth number is if i am supposed to count starting at zero. It tells me that it is “Y” but i still have no idea what to code.
<What do you expect to happen instead?>

Y is the fifth letter when counting as normal, so you want the output to be Y. You get this by counting the index numbers of the letters. The first letter is index 0, the second letter is index 1, etc. Basically to find the 5th letter, you look at index number [5-1], or 4.

Well, you can use it to get access to an item of an array in an iteration… There’s many way doing it and helps us not repeating ourselves sometime (when the loops come in)