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Displaying values
The print function
List basics
20. Assigning new values


Good. Using square brackets, we can also assign new values to specific elements.

# define a list
canadian_cities = [
    'Toronto', 'Montreal', 'Calgary', 'Ottawa',
    'Edmonton', 'Mississauga', 'Winnipeg', 'Vancouver', 
    'Brampton', 'Familton']

# population changes...
canadian_cities[9] = 'Quebec'

We found out that Quebec now has more people than Familton, so we change the tenth element (remember, its index is 9) to 'Quebec'. Familton is out of the game!


Correct the mistake in your data. The third day's sales should be 3023.

Stuck? Here's a hint!

The third day has index 2.