I have a question about what this code does exactly. It is the solution to code challenge 6 on loops:
def exponents(bases, powers): new_lst =  for base in bases: for power in powers: new_lst.append(base ** power) return new_lst print(exponents([2, 3, 4], [1, 2, 3]))
I am confused about the nested loop that is happening here. Generally, as far as I am aware, the first for loop will refer to the group of numbers 2,3,4 for the first iteration and then 1,2,3 for the second iteration. If we do a nested loop (another loop within this loop), the code will be doing something with the individual numbers: 2,3,4,1,2,3. Isn’t this intuition generally correct? This is what I got from the nested loops section.
In the example above(code challenge), I do not follow how the nested loop works and how / where the first group of numbers (2,3,4) are assigned to base and the other numbers assigned power.