Lists in Python: Mutability, Utility, and Accessibilityby@Venky.Achintalwar
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Lists in Python: Mutability, Utility, and Accessibility

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A list is a sequence in python. The dictionary meaning of list is ‘a number of connected items or names written or printed consecutively’ Python list provides the same functionality where you can group items with the flexibility of random access to each element. List is a global variable so when you declare a list and pass it to a function as an argument rather than copying and passing it to the function, python passes a reference to the list. The list has so many built-in functions that we are not going to cover all of those.

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