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Reassigning 'Hello' in this nested list to say 'Goodbye'

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list3 = [1,2,[3,4,'hello']]

I know the solution to this is: list3[2][2]='goodbye'

Why is this the solution? I don't understand why that is the answer and would appreciate an explanation, thank you!
Jun 18 '18 #1
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list3[2] is the third item in the list, which is itself a list of 3 items.

list3[2][2] is the third item in the list of the third item in the list.
Jun 18 '18 #2

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Thank you! Much clearer now
Jun 19 '18 #3

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