Suppose words = ['bat', 'ball', 'barn', 'basket', 'badminton'] Write two Python expressions that evaluate to the first and last, respectively, word...
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1.    Suppose words = ['bat', 'ball', 'barn', 'basket', 'badminton']

Write two Python expressions that

evaluate to the first and last, respectively, word in words, in dictionary order.

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words = ['bat', 'ball', 'barn', 'basket', 'badminton' ]
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words . sort ( )
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print ( 'First element: ' , words[0])
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print ( ' Last element
: 1
, words [ len (words ) -1])|
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First element:...

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