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#4) input a list with different types of elements, make statistics on the number of various types

def datatype_statistic(ls):
    '''count the number of data types in a given list
    
    ---Parameters/Arguments---
        ls: a list with no more than 10 elements
        
    ---Output---
        stat_dict: a dict stores the statistic results
    
    ---Example---
        datatype_statistic([1,'2',3.5, 0.5, None, (1,1)]) = {
            'int': 1,
            'str': 1,
            'float': 2,
            'None':1,
            'tuple': 1
        }
    '''
    
    
    return stat_dict

#pls use the example in the def document to test your function


What I have tried:

This is what I achieved but I do not know how can i store the types of elements from the list in the dictionary.
def datatype_statistic(ls):
    my_list=len(ls)
    print("There are "+str(my_list)+" elements in this list" )
    print([type(item) for item in ls])
    stat_dict={'int':)
              'str':)
              'float':)
              'None':)
              'tuple':)}
    print(stat_dict)
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Updated 15-Sep-22 21:47pm

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Member 15725472 3-Aug-22 7:32am    
Man you are really useless, I did not ask you to write the program I asked about the method or something that will help me to search for the method.
OriginalGriff 3-Aug-22 8:09am    
You have asked three questions in 8 hours, all the same: "how do I write this program" complete with your homework assignment and not a trace of actual effort.

We are not a "do my homework for me" service.
[no name] 3-Aug-22 12:07pm    
i created an account just for the sole purpose of telling you that i agree with you, not only you provided your issue and also what you have tried and you explicitly asked "I do not know how" and it's also easy to assume that English isn't your first language so the way you formulated your question may seem as you demanding a solution not asking how, and this is not your fault, it is originalgriffs fault who keeps preaching about effort while he didn't even make the effort to take into consideration that:
1- you provided what you did and need pointers to the right direction and understand what you're doing wrong
2- your wording doesn't necessarily mean you are asking for an entire solution

i wish i could help you myself and i would give you the entire solution if i could, just sucks I don't work with python yet
CPallini 16-Sep-22 6:35am    
Man you are useless!
My 5 to your laziness!
(I see is an 'ancient' Q&A, however is funny enough)
 
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