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If you give us a runnable code snippet less than 20 lines, we can give you a better answer, but in general what I can say is that if you use brackets twice, that you have a collection inside of a collection (like a matrix, if you're familiar with those from math; no worries if not). The first bracket accesses the inner collection, and the second bracket accesses the item inside that collection. A string can be thought of as a collection of characters, so if you had a list of strings you could access the third character of the second string with
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If this seems unclear, feel free to post code closer to what you already have and we can adapt an example to that.
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