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I am trying to code this: Create a Python function that calculates the frequency of numbers 1 to 9 from a list of two digit numbers with over 100 elements in the list.

Does anyone know what the code should look like or where I can find how to code that function?

What I have tried:

Tried looking it up on Google, but I wasn't able to find exactly what I am needing to do
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Updated 11-Feb-22 2:31am

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