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def generateTemplates(madLibsForm): """ madLibsForm: string, in a Mad-Lib form. See output of `generateForm` returns: a list of '[ADJ]', '[VERB]', and '[NOUN]' strings, in the order they appear in the madLibsForm. """ Sample MadLibsForm -At the [ADJ] thrift [NOUN] I [VERB] a pair of [ADJ] [NOUN] that [VERB] like [NOUN] your [NOUN] might wear

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    def generateTemplates(madLibsForm): """ madLibsForm: string, in a Mad-Lib form. See output of `generateForm` returns: a list of '[ADJ]', '[VERB]', and '[NOUN]' strings, in the order they appear in the madLibsForm. """ split = madLibsForm.split(' ') result = [] for element in split: if element == '[ADJ]' or element == '[VERB]' or element == '[NOUN]': result.append(element) return result

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