Hi, here’s your problem today. This problem was recently asked by Apple:
Given a list of words in a string, reverse the words in-place (ie don’t create a new string and reverse the words). Since python strings are not mutable, you can assume the input will be a mutable sequence (like list).
Here’s an example and some starting code:
def reverse_words(words): # Fill this in. s = list("can you read this") reverse_words(s) print(''.join(s)) # this read you can