new_list = 
for i in list:
if i%2 == 0:
Yea, you could use
.remove, but if you have a duplicate value, it will only remove on instance.
To overcome this problem, you could use list comprehension (this is going well outside the exercise). Let's say i have a list:
list = [1,2,3,4,5,6,2,4,6]
i could do:
list = [x for x in list if x % 2 != 0]
is list comprehension already covered in this point of the course?
Till now I didn't see any thing related to list comprehensions .
I referred to my notes from my previous training for the topic.I am familiar with the topic now. Thank you