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I am so frustrated with these code challenges. This last set took me forever to understand, and half (or more) of the time I can’t solve them on my own without looking at the hints and the help. This is really discouraging, because I feel confident about the syntax and the concepts, but these problems at the end of the units make me feel like a moron. On nights like tonight, it make me feel like giving up…like I’m never going to be able to apply this stuff in real life. Can anyone help?
Don’t give up. Never give up. The hundred times you don’t try will all end in failure. Climb that hill. It’s not a race, but a destination. From there you climb the next hill.
Thank you…I really appreciate your reply. It helps just to know that someone has my back! This is one of most challenging things I’ve ever tried to learn (I have NO programming experience), and I had a bad night tonight. Back on the horse tomorrow! Thanks again.
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I have a question about a hint we are given (I already solved it but in a different way). Why would we use range(len) if we know that both of those lists are the same length. Even if they are not, if you use for loop it will just go through every index of a list an then stop so why even bother to complicate with range?
using a for loop we get the values of the list:
for element in lst:
while using range gives use the indexes:
for index in range(len(list))):
so your question conflicts with what you are saying later on?
I don’t get what you’re saying, conflicts how?
the for loop doesn’t gives us the indexes of the list, it gives us the values. That is why we use
range(), this gives us the indices/indexes