Complete the

`add`

method of the`OrderedList`

class which takes a`num`

argument and adds that to the`self._numbers list`

keeping it ordered upon insert.Using a manual

`.sort()`

or`.sorted()`

each time is not allowed. Look into the`bisect`

module how to do it ...Here is how it should works:

order = OrderedList() order.add(10) print(order) # __str__ already provided order.add(1) print(order) order.add(16) print(order) order.add(5) print(order)Output:

10 1, 10 1, 10, 16 1, 5, 10, 16Picking the right data structure is usually half of the battle. Good luck and keep calm and code more Python!

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