In this article, we will create a python function that will produce an array with the numbers 0 to N-1 in it.

For example, the following code will result in an array containing the numbers 0 to 4:

arr(5) // => [0,1,2,3,4]

There are a few rules we need to follow here:-

- when the user passes in 0 to the above function, the function will return an empty list.
- when the user passes in an empty argument into the above function, the function will also return an empty list.
- any other positive number will result in an ascending order array.

Below is the full solution to the above problem.

def arr(n=None): li = [] if n == 0 or n == None: return li else: for i in range(n): li.append(i) return li

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def arr(n):

return list(range(n)) if n else []

return list(range(n))