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friends... is sth wrong with this?

colors <- c("Red", "Green", "Blue", "Purple", "Black", "Yellow", "Orange", "Pink", "Brown", "White") print(colors[3])

10/18/2021 7:21:59 PM

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Tree Great so you have learnt many things 1 - in R language index starts from 1 not 0 2 - You have to read 1st line of the input means input[1] 3 - Don't write Hard Code value

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* Get input and store it in a variable * convert input to integer * use this number to index the vector

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Tree No that's not right. You have to do print(colors[n]) You have to pass user input n not hard code value ------And vector should be like this------ colors <- c("Red", "Green", "Blue", "Purple", "Black", "Yellow", "Orange", "Pink", "Brown", "White")

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Tree Why did you change input[1] to input[3] You don't need to change that

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Why input[3]? We need the 1st line of the input!

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type your code in code playground & save then share the link here Tree

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Tree you are getting the output Blue

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Is it the task from the R course? Look closely at the task description: the index is a number we input. So it is not always 3 but any number a user types in

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A͢J - S͟o͟l͟o͟H͟e͟l͟p͟e͟r͟ Lisa Adithya Keshav T thank you all very much. :) it worked. :)

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Purple Tree

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"Blue" is to be printed

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Then print(colors[2]) Tree

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that is green

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Tree 1 is red 2 is green 3 is blue & so on

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when i print 3 the output is Blue but it does not accept. don't know why

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https://code.sololearn.com/cK5oO7o7afno/?ref=app

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Tree Adithya Keshav T In R language index start from 1 not 0 so colors[3] = Blue

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You need to specify in the question that it's related to the R language.

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i know. there is a green checkmark but it doesn't give 10 xp

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yes it's R. it says "You are given a vector that contains color names. You need to take a number as input, and output the color name at that index. " A͢J - S͟o͟l͟o͟H͟e͟l͟p͟e͟r͟