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How to Determine Python List Size

Lists are one of the fundamental parts of the Python programming language. Lists are similar to an array or tuple in many respects. However, the sheer versatility and flexibility of lists gives them a special place of honor in Python. We can see this by delving into some of the more basic aspects of list […]

How to Remove Duplicates From a Python List

Lists are one of the more important parts of the Python program language. They’re similar to a standard array in many respects. However, Python’s lists come with a wide variety of special features which make them a joy to work with. For example, we can even have lists stored within a list. Or we can […]

How to Replace Items in a Python List

Replacing items within a Python list might seem like an advanced technique. However, Python’s syntax makes this task far easier than it would be within most other programming languages. However, there’s really not any single method that’s a definitive answer to to this task. As such, we’ll look at a few examples which demonstrate how […]

How to Count Occurrences in a Python List

Lists of various types are a common part of programs. A python list can be an array, data frame, even a string. Sometimes, you want to know how many occurrences of a given element value are found within a list. Fortunately, in Python code, this requires you to use a very simple formula. What is […]

How to Split a Python List

Splitting a list in Python might seem intimidating to people who don’t have much experience with the language. In fact, it can be a difficult task within many other programming languages. But it’s a fairly straightforward process in Python. In the following examples we’ll go over a method to split a Python string into a […]

How to Cut a String in Half in Python Using Split

How would we go about splitting a string in half in Python? Strings are one of the language’s most basic components. On a technical level, we can think of them as an array or list of unicode characters. But in a more utilitarian sense, we can think of strings as human readable language. For example, […]

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