Create a function generateNumbers(num) that takes in a positive number as argument and returns a list of number from 0 to that number inclusive. Note: The function range(5) will return a list of number [0, 1, 2, 3, 4].

Examples

```
>>> generateNumber(1)
[0, 1]
>>> generateNumber(10)
[0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10]
>>> generateNumber(0)
[0]
```

i dont know how to do this. i tried;

```
def num(num):
for x in range(num):
lis = []
lis.append(x)
y = x + 1
lis.append(y)
return lis
```

but it return the following;

```
num(10)
[0, 1]
```

previous attempts returned some weird results...

anyway, can you please advise me on this, or give me hints so i can advance my knowledge? would be much appreciated.

```
def generateNumber(num):
result = []
for i in range(num+1):
result.append(i)
return result
```

`def generateNumber(num): result = [] for i in range(num+1): result.append(i) return result`

thanks, makes sense.

With list comprehension it can look like this.

Just a little thing capitale letters should only be used in class name.

Not in function name or method name.

```
def gen_numbers(num):
return [i for i in range(num+1)]
```

With list comprehension it can look like this.

Just a little thing capitale letters should only be used in class name.

Not in function name or method name.`def gen_numbers(num): return [i for i in range(num+1)]`

nice and clean,i like it.

p.s thanks