An easy way to make a list in #Python is to use split() on a string which splits on space by default:
>>> names = 'bob julian tim sara'.split()
['bob', 'julian', 'tim', 'sara']
Write a generator that produces the sequence [1, 'A', 2, 'B', 3, 'C', ... 'X', 25, 'Y', 26, 'Z'] infinitely. So once you hit Z you start at 1 again, etc. Maybe itertools can help you here? Have fun!
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