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Write a program to accept ‘N’ integers in a list. Copy all even numbers to a second list
and odd numbers to third list. Display all the three lists.

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Updated 21-Feb-22 2:20am

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CPallini 21-Feb-22 8:23am    
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Start with learning how to write a Python program - The Python Tutorial — Python 3.10.2 documentation[^]

The program you want to write either needs to prompt for a value of 'N' - that should be a whole number. Once that number has been input (or you have decided on a value for it), prompt the user that many times for more whole numbers - one at a time or separated by commas. This article might help https://towardsdatascience.com/a-complete-guide-to-user-input-in-python-727561fc16e1[^]

You should put each of these numbers into a list - see Python List (With Examples)[^]

Step through that list one by one - if the number is odd then add it to the "odd list", if it is even then add it to the "even list". When you have finished, output each list to the console - e.g. Print lists in Python (4 Different Ways) - GeeksforGeeks[^]

Hint: To determine if a number is even or odd use the Modulo operator - Python Modulo in Practice: How to Use the % Operator – Real Python[^] If a number is even then the remainder after dividing by 2 will be 0
 
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