### Task 1.3 How to make use of distinct

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**25. Jan 2019 20:31**Hello, I have a (maybe rather strange) question regarding task 1.3.

In this task the goal is to implement the function combine2 which

I implemented a function that passes the test, but i noticed that it does not share the

To be honest, I don't know how to achieve this kind of output while still using distinct, which removes repeating numbers from a list. Either I use distinct on the original lists, in which case I'm left with [1] and [1] to merge or I use it after merging, in which case I'm left with just [1]. The only way to get this output, is to somehow use distinct

Maybe I'm on the totally wrong track here. I hope you understand the problem Im having.

In this task the goal is to implement the function combine2 which

**must have the same functionality as combine**, using both distinct and merge.I implemented a function that passes the test, but i noticed that it does not share the

*exact*functionality of combine. Im not really sure how to explain this, since posting a solution isn't allowed. Let's take an example input, where my function has a different output that the original combine (even though test3 evaluates to true). The given function has the following output for the following input:Code: Alles auswählen

```
combine [1,1,1] [1,1,1]
-> [1,1,1]
```

*while*merging. But at that point I can't exactly use my original two methods, can I?Maybe I'm on the totally wrong track here. I hope you understand the problem Im having.