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, 2020 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, 2020 by Niroj
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