Python Trouble: Indexing and Printing elements in a list
I'm trying to write a function that outputs the reverse of the input. I know that you can use the built-in list.reverse() or S[::-1] methods, but I want to make it using the 'for' loop. My code initially is:
for x in S:
print(x, end = " ")
the inputs would be
['a','b','c'] #this is output on shell
Any ideas on how to reverse it and have the output be like below:
Sorry for the late feedback guys. Thanks for your inputs.
PyTonty, your code includes a built-in function, which I wanted to avoid, but thank you for showing me the reversed() function.
Arkoenig, your code is cool too. I did not know that was possible.
I finally figured out how to make a reversed list:
L2 = 
for i in L:
L2 = [i] + L2
This way, we get a new list that is the exact revere of the original list.
Still, we have to create a new list. I guess there isn't any way to reverse the same list and return the same list backwards without using a built-in function.
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