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How might I turn a string (like 'hello') into the following list (like [h,e,l,l,o])?

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The list() function will change over a string into a list of single-character strings. 

>>> list('hello')

['h', 'e', 'l', 'l', 'o']

https://docs.python.org/3/library/functions.html#list

Indeed, even without changing them over to lists, strings as of now act like lists severally. For instance, you can get to individual characters (as single-character strings) utilizing brackets: 

>>> s = "hello"

>>> s[1]

'e'

>>> s[4]

'o'

You can likewise loop over the characters in the string so that you can loop over the components of a list:

>>> for c in 'hello':

...     print c + c,

... 

hh ee ll ll oo

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