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Unformatted text preview: Python built ­in func9ons can be used on lists: minimum, maximum, and sum of elements • Finding the length (number of elements), same as for strings in Operator • VERY USEFUL Boolean expression for checking membership VALUE in LIST EXPRESSION True if the element is in the list. False, otherwise value list expression 3 13 ­09 ­23 in Operator •  The in operator can also be used with Strings •  We can also use not in to formulate Boolean expressions What is the output? even=[2,4,6] even.extend([0]) print(even) odd=[1,3,5] name=[“odd”] odd.extend(name) print(odd) What is the output? words=[“hello”,”Fred”,”bye”] if(words.pop()==“hello”): print(“x”) print(words) numbers=([1,3,5]+[7,9])*2 print(numbers) 4 13 ­09 ­23 Even more List Operators and Messages! • For a complete list of all List operators and messages, please refer to Appendix D of K.D. Lee, Python Programming Fundamentals. Accessing List Values • What if we have a list and we want to access every value i...
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