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Write a function that receives one or more sequences. The sequences are already defined for you.
The function should return a table (list of strings) where the columns are the sequences (example below).
To keep it simple we work with equally sized sequences so you don't have to worry about handling a missing value (you should end up with a grid of 6 rows x n columns).
There are some Pythonic idioms you can use here, hint: think of pants ;)
Example call (look at the tests for more detail):>>> generate_table(names, aliases) ['Julian | Pythonista', 'Bob | Nerd', 'PyBites | Coder', 'Dante | Pythonista', 'Martin | Nerd', 'Rodolfo | Coder']
Bonus: use a generator to build up the table rows.