This is the activity: a) Create a new Python script named lists.py. Inside this script, add the necessary code that does the following:

First, you will call the get_laser_full() function, and will store its response into a Python list.

Then, you will print the positions 0, 360 and 719 of the full list of readings.

I don't know how to take the output of the laser and input that into a list. Any help or direction would be appreciated.

asked 03 Jul, 19:55

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If you collect the 3 values in separate variables (for this example called x, y, z), then you can simply use:

return [x, y, z]

since python uses square brackets ( '[' and ']') to indicate a list.

For some reason I've been getting error messages with get_laser() since yesterday, so if your program isn't working that may be the issue.

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