Python List reverse() Method
Reverses the order of the list.
Python List sort() Method
Sorts the list in ascending order or optionally in descending order.
Python List remove() Method
Removes the first item with the specified value.
Python List pop() Method
Removes the item that is at the specified position.
Python List index() Method
Returns the index of the first item with the specified value.
Python List insert() Method
Inserts an element at the specified position.
Lists are used to store zero or more things in a variable.
One can think of the variable as, say, a grocery bag which holds "things", which
for a grocery bag would be groceries. The examples below will use this
idea of a groceries. A list is a comma delimited collection of items
placed inside brackets
. A list can be created with items already in it:
Python List append() Method
Adds an item to the end of the list.
Python List clear() Method
Removes all items from the list.
Python List copy() Method
Python List count() Method
Returns the number of times the given element occurs in the list.
Python List extend() Method
Adds to the end of the current list the items in another list.