write one for loop to print out each element of the list several_things.then,write another for loop to print out the type of each element of the list several_things

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May 31 in Python by karthik
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Hello @karthik ,

Here is the code for you:

for i in several_things:                   # for printing each element

print(i)

for i in several_things:                  #for printing type of each element

print(type(i))       

Hope it works!!

Thank you!!                         

answered Jun 1 by Niroj
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