print_numbers
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Write a function called ``print_numbers`` that has a list of integers called ``my_list`` as its parameter. Using a ``continue`` statement and a ``for`` loop, the function prints every number in ``my_list`` except for multiples of 3.
(This function could be written lots of ways, but we'd like to you practice using ``continue``. It's a good exercise to try others, though. Can you do it without ``continue`` but with a ``for`` loop? Can you do it with a ``filter`` and an unconditional for loop?)
**Sample Input 1:**
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2 5 36 53 31
**Sample Output 1:**
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2
5
53
31
**Sample Input 2:**
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3 6 9 12 5 2 1
**Sample Output 2:**
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5
2
1
.. challenge::
:tester: /_static/cs515_challenges/Week2/Challenge21/test_task.py
# define print_numbers