Python 3 course - Module 3 (Lists) - Len’s Slice (Project) - Task 6
We are asked to combine two lists into a single 2 dimensional list.
Upon seeing that this would mean manually typing a list containing 14 elements, I nope out of there and research a better method. Apparently, the zip() function does exactly that, although it was never introduced in the course.
When printing, though, the terminal does not seem to like it. It outputs this: <zip object at 0x7fcb3fd29d08>
Did I do something wrong, or…?