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I want to multiply each element in the list by "*" to get the right number of stars to output in the bar graph at the right spot.

Online help only gives help for multiply the WHOLE list by a SINGLE number... when i want to use the list's number to multiply by "*" to get the right stars for that list position.

any tips?

asked in CSC201 Spring 2021 by (8 points)
+1

I used For loop (range is the length of the list) to go through each number in the list. Then I used indexing to get each number and multiply that number by "*"

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+2 votes

You will use indexing to get the number from the list and multiply that number *
Furthermore, you will use a for loop and the range will be the length of the list.

answered by (8 points)
+2 votes

You can multiply the first number by '*' using list[0]'*' , the second with list[1]'*' , ect. You can set up a for loop to do it as many times as there are items in the list.

answered by (8 points)
+2 votes

I used For loop (range is the length of the list) to go through each number in the list. Then I used indexing to get each number and multiply that number by "*"

answered by (8 points)
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