A weakness of using this for-each style of iteration is that you don’t know the index of the thing you’re looking at. Generally this isn’t an issue, but at times it is useful to know how far into the list you are. Thankfully the built-in
enumerate function helps with this.
enumerate works by supplying a corresponding index to each element in the list that you pass it. Each time you go through the loop,
index will be one greater, and
item will be the next item in the sequence. It’s very similar to using a normal
for loop with a list, except this gives us an easy way to count how many items we’ve seen so far.
We don’t want the user to see things listed from index 0, since this looks unnatural. Instead, the items should appear to start at index 1. Modify the print statement to reflect this behavior. See the Hint for help.