Trying to understand the final few steps of the Python 3: String Methods: Review instructions. See link below …
I am not understanding how the final code works without us defining a function that takes in the three inputs (titles, poets, and dates). I see that these were made as three different lists in the step before. But for this final step, I do not see where the inputs are defined (which we’ve been learning to do up until now). So how does the output know to … output the titles, poets, and dates? Please see screenshot below.
Shouldn’t the line circled in green be replaced with something like …
def final_code(titles, poets, dates):
This is me just sticking with the familiar code formula that has been working until now. I’m referring to the lessons right before this Review on format.() I and format.() II. See links below … See how the we’re supposed to always start the code by defining the function and the inputs?