Introduction
Quick recap
Indexing and slicing
12. Slicing without bounds
Summary

Instruction

Good job! When you use slicing, you can also skip over one or both of the bounding indices:

alphabet = 'abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwyxz'
upperbound_skipped = alphabet[2:]
lowerbound_skipped = alphabet[:5]

In the query above, upperbound_skipped gets all string elements with indices from 2 (inclusive) until the end of the string—i.e., 'cdefghijklmnopqrstuvwyxz'.

In turn, lowerbound_skipped gets all characters from the beginning of the string until index 5 (exclusive). Essentially, we'll get the following: 'abcde'.

Exercise

Print each log in the logs list on a new line, and don't include the time part.

Stuck? Here's a hint!

Use log[6:] to get rid of the time for a given log.