animals = ["aardvark", "badger", "duck", "emu", "fennec fox"] duck_index = animals.index("duck") print animals.index("duck") print animals.insert(2,"cobra") print animals
Are you still having a problem with your code?
Can u help me with it..?
This should be the position of duck in your list not the string,
duck_index = (2)
so then this line,
Thanks for the help here. I tried a numerical digit in the animals.insert line, I tried "duck", I kept getting errors. Then as soon as I saw this answer I had a "duhhhhh" moment. You are setting "duck_index" to find the position of duck. So the animals.insert(duck_index, "cobra") line, you are just telling it to "check the duck_index line, yo, and replace it with cobra!" The lesson was a bit vague as to WHY we were doing what we were doing.
Thanks for the help bandit
Correct and correct, haha
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