# Using a loop to create multiple lists with user inputs

## Question:

I’m trying to create 13 different lists (student1 to student13), all with the same structure. Each list has to be filled with the following inputs.

``````student = []

name = input('Input the name of the student: ')

password = input('Input the 8 digit password: ')
while len(password) != 8:

print('Password is not 8 digits long!')
password = input('Input the 8 digit password: ')

grade1 = float(input('Input the first grade between 0 and 10: '))
while grade1 < 0 or grade1 > 10:

grade1 = float(input('Input the first grade between 0 and 10: '))

grade2 = float(input('Input the second grade between 0 and 10: '))
while grade2 < 0 or grade2 > 10:

grade2 = float(input('Insert the second grade between 0 and 10: '))

average = (grade1 + grade2) / 2

student.append(name)
student.append(average)
``````

Is there a way to create a loop to fill 13 different lists with these inputs, or do I have to manually create the inputs for each of the lists?

Not sure if you really want to use `input()` for that task, but here you go:
`students` is a list of lists with 13 elements, one for each student.

``````students = []

for i in range(13):
student = []
print(f"nYou are working on student {i+1}")

name = input('Input the name of the student: ')

password = input('Input the 8 digit password: ')
while len(password) != 8:

print('Password is not 8 digits long!')
password = input('Input the 8 digit password: ')

grade1 = float(input('Input the first grade between 0 and 10: '))
while grade1 < 0 or grade1 > 10:

grade1 = float(input('Input the first grade between 0 and 10: '))

grade2 = float(input('Input the second grade between 0 and 10: '))
while grade2 < 0 or grade2 > 10: