I find this problem challenging.
Covered negative shift this time
very straight forward solution that passes test suite but does not handle example in description correctly.
hello, what if shift >= 52 or shift < 0?
Does this work for negative shifts?
This is a sneaky way to get around the prohibition against using eval!
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