The code creates an empty list called "customers". It then...

November 21, 2023 at 09:47 AM

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 customers = [] customers.append((2, "Sevilla")) #error customers.append((3, "Lumantas")) #error customers.sort(reverse = True) #error customers.append((1, "Pascual")) customers.sort(reverse = True) customers.append((4, "Cruz")) customers.sort(reverse = True) while customers: print(customers.pop(0)) #error

The code creates an empty list called "customers". It then attempts to append tuples containing customer information to the list, but encounters an error because the code is missing a closing parenthesis on each line where the tuples are appended.

After fixing the errors, the code appends tuples to the "customers" list and sorts it in reverse order based on the first element of each tuple (customer ID).

Finally, the code enters a while loop that continues as long as there are customers in the list. In each iteration, it removes the first customer from the list using the "pop(0)" method and prints it.

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