FAQ: Working with Lists in Python - Counting elements in a list


#1

This community-built FAQ covers the “Counting elements in a list” exercise from the lesson “Working with Lists in Python”.

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#2

Does anyone tryed to get the results? I made a function to check this, but it outputs the following message:

function result_votes at 0x7f419041ff28;

Can you see if the code is broken?

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#3

That’s the location of your function in memory. To run, it must be invoked, and the argument list passed in.

print(result_votes(a, b, c))

#4

Thanks! I printed with the variables names and it worked!

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