The solution given by Codecademy is partially correct as it works only for input start = 91.

For rest it fails to include 100 as last element of list.

Also, below code is absolutely correct but for some reason it was not accepted, Therefore I had to use that solution button!! It’s frustrating.

#Write your function here

def every_three_nums(start):

e3 = list(range(start, 100, 3))

if e3[-1]!=100:

e3.append(100)

return e3

else:

return e3

#Uncomment the line below when your function is done

print(every_three_nums(91))

# Should my list always end with 100?

Since we know how `range`

works, it should be evident that if `100`

is to be inclusive, we need an upper bound that is `1`

more than that.

`return list(range(start, 101, 3))`