What I have so far is these 2 sections of code
lst =  def reverse(x): for c in str(x): lst.append(str(c)) print ''.join(lst) return lst print reverse("reverse")
def custorange(i): custrange = [range(len(i), 0, -1)] for x in custrange: return x return custrange print custorange("hello")
My idea was to reference the indices and connect them to their letters, thereby creating a reverse list of the strings, then merge them into back into one word. I feel like all I'm missing is the connecting the indexes to the strings in the first list, but I cannot figure out for the life of me how to do that.