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September 2017

— #python code
def new_list(n):
n_dict = {}
n_dict['words'] = []
n_dict['numbers'] = []

for i in n:

if i == str(i):
n_dict['words'].append(i)
else:
n_dict['numbers'].append(i)

return n_dict

// javaScript
function new_list(n){
var dict = {};
dict.words = [];
dict.numbers = [];

for(var i in n){
if (i == str(i)){
dict.words.push(i);
}
else{
dict.numbers.push(i);
}
}
return dict;
}

var m = ["book", 4, "hook", 4.5]
console.log(new_list(m))

m = ["book", 4, "hook", 4.5]
print(new_list(m))

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My problem is the str function is not valid in javascript, what do should i use. i want the result to be
dict = { 'words' : ["books", "hooks"], 'numbers': [4, 4.5]

— If you want to check if something is a string you can check if(typeof i === "string"){}

— Okay thanks

— Its saying it needs an operator

— Disgusting type check

— Yea. i edited the answer

— Check types in python with isinstance(object, type)

— Lols but it worked

— Okay

— Huh

— I am using Proxy to create custom Queue/Stack and uh... I ran into something weird