List Methods in Python | Set 1 (in, not in, len(), min(), max()…)
List basics have been covered in python in the set below
Data Types-List, Tuples and Iterations
List methods are discussed in this articles.
1. “in” operator :- This operator is used to check if an element is present in the list or not. Returns true if element is present in list else returns false.
2. “not in” operator :- This operator is used to check if an element is not present in the list or not. Returns true if element is not present in list else returns false.
List is having element with value 4 List is having element with value 4
3. len() :- This function returns the length of list.
4. min() :- This function returns the minimum element of list.
5. max() :- This function returns the maximum element of list.
The length of list is : 5 The minimum element of list is : 1 The maximum element of list is : 5
6. “+” operator :- This operator is used to concatenate two lists into a single list.
7. “*” operator :- This operator is used to multiply the list “n” times and return the single list.
list after concatenation is : 1 2 3 4 5 6 list after combining is : 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3
8. index(ele, beg, end) :- This function returns the index of first occurrence of element after beg and before end.
9. count() :- This function counts the number of occurrences of elements in list.
The first occurrence of 3 after 3rd position is : 5 The number of occurrences of 3 is : 2
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