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I want to write a program input a sequence positive integers and output the sequence in reverse order.

What I have tried:

I have tried this code:

def reverse(string):
    string = list(string)
    string.reverse()
    return "".join(string)
string = input()
print(reverse(string))


But the result doesn't as I expected. I want when I input "2 43 61 9", it will output "9 61 43 2", but the code output "9 16 34 2" instead.
Please help me to solve this problem.
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Updated 2-Mar-23 2:03am

You might split the string, reverse the obtained list and then join the list adding blanks. That is
Python
def reverse(string):
    string = string.split()
    string.reverse()
    return " ".join(string)

string = input()
print(reverse(string))
 
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You will need to break the string into separate numbers: "2", "43", "61", and "9" and then print those in reverse order. Hint: Python String split() Method[^]

If you are having problems getting started at all, then this may help: How to Write Code to Solve a Problem, A Beginner's Guide[^]
 
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