It has been a long time since I made a post about the 46 Python exercises, which I started in quiz #5 and quiz # 6, so here I am going to show the next five.

Problem eleven was about using a number *n* and a character *c* to generate a string of *c*s *n* times. For example, if n = 3 and c = a, the answer should be “aaa”.

I did my code like this:

And it ran like this:

The next problem was about taking a list of integers and creating its histogram:

Exercise 13 consisted on returning the maximum value of a list of numbers. For this, I used Python´s *max()* method.

The following one was about taking a list of integers and returning a list of their lengths:

Finally, in exercise 15 I had to make a program that would take a list of words and return the length of the longest one:

And that’s it for now, I’ll be showing the rest of the problems I have made in other posts! ❤

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