cars = [“Ford”, “Volvo”, “BMW”]
car1 = “Ford” ; car2 = “Volvo” ; car3 = “BMW” ;Now imagine a particular scenario where you had to loop through a list of cars just like this but the difference was that instead of just 3 car names you had 300. This task can become a lot more daunting in such a situation but a perfect solution to solve such a daunting task is with the help of this python array element. Here an array can help you because of its ability to hold a number of values under just one single name. You can also refer to that particular value with the help of its index number. It is also important for you to know that this programming language does not possess an inbuilt support for arrays but you can choose to Python lists instead of that.
x = cars [ 0 ]Also, if you wish to modify or change the value of the first array item in the python array list then you can do that in the way mentioned below.
cars [ 0 ] = “Toyota”
x = len (cars)It is also important for you to know that the length of an array will always be one more than the highest array index.
for x in cars: print ( x )
cars.pop ( 1 )It is also important for you to remember that if you do not wish to use the above-mentioned method then you can also use the remove () method. If you wish to remove the element with the value of “Volvo” then the python print example for this is mentioned below
cars.remove (“Volvo”)While using the remove () method you should also keep it in mind that you can only remove the first occurrence of the value that you specified with the help of this method.
|The Method||The Description|
|append ( )||Helps in adding a particular item at the end of a list|
|clear ( )||Helps in removing all the items from the entire list|
|copy ( )||Helps in returning a copy of a particular list|
|count ( )||Helps in returning the number of items or elements that have the specified value|
|extend ( )||Helps in adding a particular at the end of the list or the iterable|
|index ( )||Helps in returning the first element of the specified value|
|insert ( )||Helps in adding an element at the position that is specified|
|pop ( )||Helps in removing the element present on the specified position|
|remove ( )||Helps in removing the first item with the value that is specified|
|reverse ( )||Helps in reversing the order of the entire list|
|sort ( )||Helps in sorting the entire list|