# Help me in solving GS10 problem

### My code

``````# Update the '_' below to solve the problem

#accept the count of test cases given in the the 1st line
t = int(input())
#run a loop to accept 't' inputs
for i in range(t):
#accept 2 integers on the 1st line of each test case
A, B = map(int,split(  ))
#accept 3 integers on the 2nd line of each test case
C, D, E = map(int,split(   ))
#output the 5 integers on a single line for each test case
print(A, B, C, D, E)
``````

Learning course: Python for problem solving - 1
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As you mentioned their are couple of issues with the provided code snippet. I will correct them and provide you with the corrected one :

``````# Accept the count of test cases given in the first line
t = int(input())

# Run a loop to accept 't' inputs
for i in range(t):
# Accept 2 integers on the first line of each test case
A, B = map(int, input().split())

# Accept 3 integers on the second line of each test case
C, D, E = map(int, input().split())

# Output the 5 integers on a single line for each test case
print(A, B, C, D, E)
``````

now, here is the explanation of the above correctly written code

1. Replaced `split()` with `input().split()` in the `map()` function. This will split the input string on whitespace and map the resulting values to integers.
2. Added proper indentation to ensure the code runs correctly within the loop.

With these modifications, the code will now accept the required inputs and output the 5 integers on a single line for each test case.