## Basic data types and structures practice in python

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## Problem 1 ##
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## Given the string:
s = ‘django’

## Use indexing to print out the following:

## ‘d’

## ‘o’

## ‘djan’

## ‘jan’

## ‘go’

## Bonus: Use indexing to reverse the string

```
print(s[0])

print(s[-1])

print(s[:4])

print(s[1:4])

print(s[4:])

print(s[::-1])

```

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## Problem 2 ##
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## Given this nested list:
l = [3,7,[1,4,’hello’]]
## Reassign “hello” to be “goodbye”

```l[2][2] = 'goodbye'
print(l)
```

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## Problem 3 ##
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## Using keys and indexing, grab the ‘hello’ from the following dictionaries:

d1 = {‘simple_key’:’hello’}

d2 = {‘k1’:{‘k2′:’hello’}}

d3 = {‘k1’:[{‘nest_key’:[‘this is deep’,[‘hello’]]}]}

```print(d1['simple_key'])
print(d2['k1']['k2'])
print(d3['k1'][0]['nest_key'][1][0])
```

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## Problem 4 ##
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## Use a set to find the unique values of the list below:
mylist = [1,1,1,1,1,2,2,2,2,3,3,3,3]

```mylist = set([1,1,1,1,1,2,2,2,2,3,3,3,3])
print(mylist)
```

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## Problem 5 ##
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## You are given two variables:
age = 4
name = “Sammy”

## Use print formatting to print the following string:
“Hello my dog’s name is Sammy and he is 4 years old”

```print("hello my dog's name is {a} and he is {b} years old".format(a=age, b=name))