In Python, there are many built in functions that are used in lists. They range from repeating an iteration of a list to giving the total length of one. Here are a couple of examples of the functions that you may run into when using lists.
- With the Len method, the length of a list is returned
- The append method passes a string into a list, when the function is called.
- The index method returns the index of the listed object in the given list.
- The reverse method returns the list, but in reversed form.
- The remove method removes an item or object from the list and returns the newly updated version without the deleted object.