I'm using Thinkful.com to learn more about coding in Python, so I'll be putting in some quick tech tips for coding here and there! Luckily with Thinkful you get a live mentor to help you when you get stuck, which for me seems like a lot. Anyway, I was stuck on a small thing that I've actually used before, which is the random.choice() function. Basically the random.choice() lets you put a list into the function and then it will randomly choose one of the items. So, I could have:
v1 = random.choice("a", "b", "c")
And my v1 variable will end up being either a, b, or c depending on what the function chooses. Easy enough.
So, when I went to provide two lists to my random.choice() function I kept getting an error that it was expecting less arguments than I was giving it. Well, this is simply because the random.choice function will only take one argument (whether that's a list or other data type). Once I started using two random.choice funcitons for my two lists (one list for each function) everything worked fine.