index() is an inbuilt function in Python, which searches for given element from start of the list and returns the lowest index where the element appears.
list_name.index(element, start, end)
element - The element whose lowest index will be returned. start (Optional) - The position from where the search begins. end (Optional) - The position from where the search ends.
Returns lowest index where the element appears.
If any element which is not present is searched, it returns a ValueError
Code #1 :
Code #2 :
7 4 3
Code #3 :
Code #4 : ValueError
Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/b910d8dcbc0f4f4b61499668654450d2.py", line 8, in print(list1.index(10)) ValueError: 10 is not in list
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