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`ls=[10,20,30,40,50]. Use For Loop and if statement. get the  sum of two indexes 2 and 4 in given ls.`

What I have tried:

ive tried doing the for loop and if but it didn't work and I don't have enough time to watch video too since I still have 9 items to do.
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Updated 11-Nov-22 12:08pm

## Solution 1

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I don't have enough time to watch video too since I still have 9 items to do.

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## Solution 2

Stop wasting time on videos and learn the language properly: The Python Tutorial — Python 3.9.11 documentation[^].

## Solution 3

Honestly this post with the replies made me kinda laugh

This is obviously too late but with the information you gave it was probably this:
Python
```ls=[10,20,30,40,50]

def GetSumFromTwoIndexes(index1, index2):
for i in range(len(ls)):
if(i == index1):
for j in range(len(ls)):
if(j == index2):
print(f"The sum is: {ls[i]+ls[j]}")

GetSumFromTwoIndexes(2, 4)```

I have no idea why they ask for a for loop though.
Because without it you could just do
Python
```def GetSumFromTwoIndexesWithoutForLoop(index1, index2):
print(f"The sum is: {ls[index1]+ls[index2]}")

GetSumFromTwoIndexesWithoutForLoop(2, 4)```