1. Exercise 1:
    1. Create a function called “starwars”, no parameter.
      1. Create a new variable (“robots”) with datatype List of String.
      2. The value of this”robots” variable is: “R2-D2”, “C-3PO”, “ASN-121”.
      3. When this function is called, it will print all of the elements inside the list. Use “for loop” to go through each element inside the list.
        1. R2-D2
          C-3PO
          ASN-121
  2. Exercise 2:
    1. Create a function called “starwars2”. no parameter.
      1. Create a new variable (“robots”) with datatype List of String.
      2. The value of this “robots” variable is: “R2-D2”, “C-3PO”, “ASN-121”, “WALL-E”, “DATA”, “BUMBLE-BEE”.
      3. Using random module, choose a random element from the list. print this random element to the shell.
  3. Exercise 3:
    1. Create a function called “starwars3”, one parameter.
    2. Copy the code from “starwars2” function into “starwars3” function.
    3. Instead of just printing the robot name, combine the robot name with the parameter.
    4. For example, if a user calls the function like the following
    5. Call the function like this
      starwars3(" is the best")
      starwars3(" is my friend")
    6. And if the computer pick “C-3PO” for the first call and the second call the computer pick “R2-D2”, then in the shell, it will look like this
      C-3PO is the best
      R2-D2 is my friend