Good! Now we’ll use a built-in Python function to generate our board, which we’ll make into a 5 x 5 grid of all
"O"s, for “ocean.”
print ["O"] * 5
will print out
['O', 'O', 'O', 'O', 'O'], which is the basis for a row of our board.
We’ll do this five times to make five rows. (Since we have to do this five times, it sounds like a loop might be in order.)
Create a 5 x 5 grid initialized to all ‘O’s and store it in
- Inside the loop,
.append()a list containing 5
board, just like in the example above.
Note that these are capital letter “O” and not zeros.