#100DaysofCode — Day[4] (5)

fruits = ["Apple", "Peach", "Pear"]
for fruit in fruits:
print(fruit)
print(fruit + " Pie")
Apple
Apple Pie
Peach
Peach Pie
Pear
Pear Pie

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