Now that you’ve met arrays, dictionaries, and sets, I want to pause for a moment to give you chance to solve a small coding challenge. It’s not designed to trip you up, but instead to encourage you to stop for a while and think about what you’ve learned.
This time the challenge is to create an array of strings, then write some code that prints prints the number of items in the array and also the number of unique items in the array.
I’ll provide some hints below, but please take the time to think about a solution before you read them. Trust me: forgetting what you’ve learned then re-learning it actually makes it sink in deeper!
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Still here? Okay, here are some hints:
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