can some one help me with my code. thanks

Steven D'Aprano steve+comp.lang.python at
Fri Jan 20 21:23:19 EST 2012

On Fri, 20 Jan 2012 16:21:30 -0800, Rick Johnson wrote:

> On Jan 20, 12:49 pm, Tamanna Sultana <tamannas.rah... at> wrote:
>> > If you can give me some lead to fix the code I wrote below that will
>> > be great:
> Your variable names need a bit more thought
>> def average(bin):
> What is a "bin"? Maybe you shoulc have called this a "lst" eh?

What's a 'lst'? It's not even a real word, and it looks like 1st.

"Bin" is a standard English world. You know, like "rubbish bin" or 
"recycling bin". It is also a standard term used in statistics as a noun, 
a verb, and adjective, e.g.:


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