List Methods in Python | Set 2 (del, remove(), sort(), insert(), pop(), extend()…)
Some of the list methods are mentioned in set 1 below
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More methods are discussed in this article.
1. del[a : b] :- This method deletes all the elements in range starting from index ‘a’ till ‘b’ mentioned in arguments.
2. pop() :- This method deletes the element at the position mentioned in its arguments.
List elements after deleting are : 2 1 3 8 List elements after popping are : 2 1 8
3. insert(a, x) :- This function inserts an element at the position mentioned in its arguments. It takes 2 arguments, position and element to be added at respective position.
4. remove() :- This function is used to delete the first occurrence of number mentioned in its arguments.
List elements after inserting 4 are : 2 1 3 4 5 3 8 List elements after removing are : 2 1 4 5 3 8
5. sort() :- This function sorts the list in increasing order.
6. reverse() :- This function reverses the elements of list.
List elements after sorting are : 1 2 3 3 5 8 List elements after reversing are : 8 5 3 3 2 1
7. extend(b) :- This function is used to extend the list with the elements present in another list. This function takes another list as its argument.
8. clear() :- This function is used to erase all the elements of list. After this operation, list becomes empty.
List elements after extending are : 2 1 3 5 6 4 3 List elements after clearing are :
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