This is a Python function
doubles that takes a list of numbers
l and doubles each element in the list.
The function uses a
for loop that iterates through the elements of the list
l using the
range function and the length of the list. In each iteration, the current element of the list is updated to be equal to twice its original value.
After the function is called with
myList as its argument, the resulting list is printed using another
for loop that iterates through the elements of
myList. In each iteration, the current element is printed followed by a space, and the
end parameter of the
' ' to ensure that the elements are printed on the same line separated by spaces.
The final output of the code will be a list of the values from
myList with each value doubled.
def doubles(l): for i in range(0, len(l)): l[i] = 2 * l[i] myList = [12, 20, 14, 4, 5, 44, 74] doubles(myList) print("values from array doubled: ") for i in range(0, len(myList)): print(myList[i], end=' ')
24 40 28 8 10 88 148