Lists In Python

Overview:

Lists in Python represent ordered sets of elements with finite length. In a list, elements with same value can occur multiple times. Lists are a type of mutable sequences in Python, as any element can be added to or removed from a list.

As with any sequence, the elements in the lists are identified with an index ranging from 0 to length-1 of the list. Slicing operations are supported in lists and they produce new lists or sequences which are subsets of the original list.

List Methods:

List Construction

append(element)

insert(position, element)

extend(anotherList)

remove(element)

pop(position)

clear()

copy()

sort()

reverse()

index(value)

count(value)


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