[Tutor] Newb ?
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Thu Nov 17 18:11:09 CET 2005
These both work (though neither is very graceful).
text = "hello"
message = ""
for i in range(len(text)):
message = message + text[(len(text)-i-1)]
lst = list(text)
newstr = ""
for item in text:
newstr += (lst.pop())
On 16/11/05, Chad Everett <everettcc at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> Have a problem here with a challenge from a book I am reading.
> Any help is much appreciated.
> I am trying to run a program that asks the user for a statement and then
> prints it out backwards.
> this is what I have.
> It does not print anything out. I assume that I have something out of whack
> with my high and low statements.
> Thanks for you help.
> print "\n\nWelcome to the Backwards Message Display."
> message = raw_input("\nPlease Enter a Message.")
> high = len(message)
> low = -len(message)
> print message[high:low]
> print raw_input("Please Press Enter to Exit")
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