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The code I’m presenting does not show any errors. It returns the string in reverse as per the instructions.
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I would like to know if my programatic solution is acceptable or if I oversimplified the solution.
I am aware that the instructions did indicate that we should not use reversed or [::-1].
Yes, I used -1 but in the context of indicating a starting point with indexes.
Without the -1 how can we start at the end or backwards?
If I did not provide the correct solution, even if my function properly returns the string backwards, please help me better understand what is expected as an acceptable answer.
def reverse(text): new_word =  for i in text[len(text)::-1]: new_word.append(i) new_word = " ".join(new_word) return new_word