Edit: Two seconds after posting this and editing it, I realized my mistake. No assistance needed. For future people searching out this problem: The secret is list conversion.
def every_three_nums(start): if start < 100: my_range = range(start, 101, 3) return my_range else: return 
(Edit: Apparently I’ve forgotten how to quote code on these forums. and retain the proper indentations. I included a screen capture.)
When I test test this code, it doesn’t print a list to the console, it prints
range(91, 100, 3). The way I understand
range(), it’s supposed to generate a list and return that list. Can anybody give me some guidance on what I might be overlooking with this exercise?