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How to print every other item in a list

jn1003491
jn1003491

I have a list of names and I’m trying to get my program to print every other name on the list. I can’t figure out how to do this, so if anyone could help me it would be much appreciated.

2 years ago
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Coder39182
Coder39182
names = ["Peter", "Bruce", "Steve", "Tony", "Natasha", "Clint", "Wanda", "Hope", "Danny", "Carol"] numbers = ["100", "50", "10", "1", "2", "7", "11", "17", "53", "-8", "-4", "-9", "-72", "-64", "-80"] print(names[::2]) print(numbers[::2]) Output: ['Peter', 'Steve', 'Natasha', 'Wanda', 'Danny'] ['100', '10', '2', '11', '53', '-4', '-72', '-80']

is a compact and easy method to do so

2 years ago
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jn1003491
jn1003491

Thank you! This is very helpful :)

@JoeyRueff

2 years ago