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Python generally use a `for` loop to iterate over an iterable object. But there is an easier and more pythonic way to do this by using `enumerate() instead of a 'for' loop. List comprehension instead of raw for loops is a way to create lists based on the existing lists. It can be used to sort the elements in a sorted list or sequence (tuple, set, frozen set) or collection (frozen set) The syntax of a list comprehension looks like this: 'HackerNoon'