I am kinda confiused with this task.
I thought I learnt that there is no point to make a function to be able to access only one list?.
Why are people given an answer to navigate to list directly in function (n)? as example below
n = [3, 5, 7] def total(n): result = 0 for i in n: result = result + i return result Is this not a proper way of doing it instead? n = [3, 5, 7] def total(x): result = 0 for i in x: result = result + i return result print total(n)