Just a quick question that isn’t necessarily part of the exercise but should be simple to answer.
This is the link to the exercise i’m on but I’m trying to do a little extra.
first_names = ['Ainsley', 'Ben', 'Chani', 'Depak'] age =  age.append(42) all_ages = [32, 41, 29] + age name_and_age = zip(first_names, all_ages) print(list(name_and_age)) ids = range(4) print(list(ids)) name_age_id = zip(name_and_age, ids) print(list(name_age_id))
My issue lies at the bottom of the code. I was attempting to create a new variable,
name_age_ids to combine
ids with the list of
name_and_age. However, when I run this, I end up with an just an empty bracket for the last
I actually just solved the problem by doing
name_age_id = zip(first_names, all_ages, ids instead.
However, I am still posting this because I would like some insight if the original way I attempted it is possible, and if so what was I doing incorrectly?