Removing Elements | List
Python Data Structures

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Python Data Structures

1. List
2. Dictionary
3. Tuple
4. Set

# Removing Elements

Imagine you have this list:

You can also remove an item from the list by specifying its value. Here's how to do that.

Now, the list is down to two items instead of three:

• `tasks[0]` reads `'email Ann'`;
• `tasks[1]` reads `'meet with classmates'`.

Note

With the `remove()` method, you can only take out one item at a time.

You've got this list:

`numbers = [10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20]`

Your goal is to end up with:

`numbers = [12, 14, 16]`

You've got this list:

`numbers = [10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20]`

Your goal is to end up with:

`numbers = [12, 14, 16]`

Everything was clear?

Section 1. Chapter 10

# Removing Elements

Imagine you have this list:

You can also remove an item from the list by specifying its value. Here's how to do that.

Now, the list is down to two items instead of three:

• `tasks[0]` reads `'email Ann'`;
• `tasks[1]` reads `'meet with classmates'`.

Note

With the `remove()` method, you can only take out one item at a time.

You've got this list:

`numbers = [10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20]`

Your goal is to end up with:

`numbers = [12, 14, 16]`

You've got this list:

`numbers = [10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20]`

Your goal is to end up with:

`numbers = [12, 14, 16]`

Everything was clear?

Section 1. Chapter 10

# Removing Elements

Imagine you have this list:

You can also remove an item from the list by specifying its value. Here's how to do that.

Now, the list is down to two items instead of three:

• `tasks[0]` reads `'email Ann'`;
• `tasks[1]` reads `'meet with classmates'`.

Note

With the `remove()` method, you can only take out one item at a time.

You've got this list:

`numbers = [10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20]`

Your goal is to end up with:

`numbers = [12, 14, 16]`

You've got this list:

`numbers = [10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20]`

Your goal is to end up with:

`numbers = [12, 14, 16]`

Everything was clear?

Imagine you have this list:

You can also remove an item from the list by specifying its value. Here's how to do that.

Now, the list is down to two items instead of three:

• `tasks[0]` reads `'email Ann'`;
• `tasks[1]` reads `'meet with classmates'`.

Note

With the `remove()` method, you can only take out one item at a time.

`numbers = [10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20]`
`numbers = [12, 14, 16]`