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Watch Python Programming: Lists

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Learn the basics of lists in Python.

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1. Lists, as their name suggests, are a means for ordering and storing values.

2. Lists are declared using brackets; for example: t = [1, 2, 3]

3. Lists may contain a mix of data types; for example: t = ['string', 1, True]

4. Lists may be nested, for example: t = [ 'string', [1, True]]

5. List elements are accessed by index; for example: t[0]

6. The slice method is used to access a specific range of elements within a list; for example: t[1:3]

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by:Abdou DOUCOURE
Very simple and quick. Good micro tuto
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