Python List Methods
The Python List is a general data structure widely used in Python programs.
They are both mutable and can be indexed and sliced.
1 – append(value)
Append a new element to the end of the list.
2 – extend(value)
Extends the list by appending elements from another enumerable.
3 – index(value)
Gets the index of the first occurrence of the input value. If the input value is not in the list a ValueError exception is raised.
4 – insert (index, value)
Inserts value just before the specifies index. Thus, after the insertion the new element occupies position index.
5 – pop([index])
Removes and returns the item at index. With no argument it removes and returns the last element of the list.
6 – remove (value)
Removes the list occurrence of the specified value. If the provided value cannot be found, a ValueError is raised.
7 – reverse()
Reverses the list in-place and return None.
8 – clear() – removes all items from the list
9 – count(value)
Counts the number of occurrences of some value in the list.