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  1. def triangular(number):
  2.   k = 1 #this line sets the first number being squared, represented by the variable k, as 1
  3.   for i in range(number-1): #this for loop generates the number of perfect squares the user asks for by adding 1 to the number being squared every time it runs, then multiplying this number by itself and adding this number to the perfect square list. It skips 1 because this is already part of the perfect square list (nums).
  4.     k += 1
  5.     nums.append(k*k)
  6. #main
  7. nums = [1] #this line sets up the perfect squares list with one value in it: 1
  8. number = input("Enter the amount of perfect squares you want to generate (above 1):") #this line asks how many perfect squares the user wants to generate, however since 1 is already part of the list, this value should be greater than 1
  9. triangular(number) #this calls on, and runs the function
  10. print nums #this line prints the list developed within the function, filled with the perfect squares generated (the number of perfect squares is equal to the input called number)
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