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 3 years ago
In Lecture 3, the last example added converted a number to a string, then converted each element of the string to an integer and added them together. The digits 1952 added together = 17. What's unclear to me is how the code operates to go from one string element to the next. The code does not explicitly show this operation being performed. What am I missing? Here is the code: http://dpaste.com/550284/
 3 years ago
In Lecture 3, the last example added converted a number to a string, then converted each element of the string to an integer and added them together. The digits 1952 added together = 17. What's unclear to me is how the code operates to go from one string element to the next. The code does not explicitly show this operation being performed. What am I missing? Here is the code: http://dpaste.com/550284/

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afpratt
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0I just read how for loops work and now understand what happens. A for loop will always walk through the sequence in the ordered list, which here is 1, 9, 5, and 2.
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