I have a slight problem with this exercise. So far I’m at designing pseudocode for it but I have no idea what syntax I should use to put index on a new list. Every method I’m thinking of will put on my list a value that is stored at said index, not the index itself. Any idea how to do it?
What pseudo code do you have so far? I don’t want to spoil too much in one go, so i am first awaiting your pseudo code. Hope you understand
define function(lst1, lst2): create empty list to store indexes for every element of lst1: compare element to element at same index in lst2 if they are the same: emptylist.append(index) return empty list
HA! I just did it, I might not be so stupid after all There’s one simple trick to it:
def same_values(lst1, lst2): lst0 =  i=0 for ind in lst1: if lst1[i]==lst2[i]: lst0.append(i) i+=1 return lst0
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