Write code to create a list of word lengths for the words in original_str using the accumulation pattern and assign the answer to a variable num_words_list.

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original_str ="The quick brown rhino jumped over the extremely lazy fox" .Can somebdy help me with this python problem

May 27 in Python by kartik
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Hi,

 num_words_list = len(original_str.split())

  1. original_str.split() - split words in string by space, return list of words
  2. len(original_str.split()) - return count of words in list created by original_str.split()
  3. save result to num_words_list
Hope this helps!!
answered May 27 by Niroj
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