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Check the below example:

 input:  I live in New York

 output: York New in live I

P.S: I have utilized s[::- 1], this simply turns around the string, as kroY weN ni evil I, yet this isn't the ideal yield. I additionally attempted : 

However, this likewise stands wrong. Compassionately help me recorded as a hard copy of the code. 

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You can utilize split to get the different words, opposite to reverse the rundown/list, lastly join to go along with them again to make the last string:

s = "This is New York"

# split first

a = s.split()

# reverse list

a.reverse()

# now join them

result = " ".join(a)

# print it

print(result)

Output:

'York New is This'

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