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Python Introducing Lists Meet Lists All You Need Is Lists

Farhan Murad
Farhan Murad
1,920 Points

I don't know how to do this.

beatles.py
beatles = ["John"]
others = ["George", "Ringo"]
# Your code here
beatles.append("Paul")
Farhan Murad
Farhan Murad
1,920 Points

I am actually not sure of how to add the two list together.

1 Answer

You can use the extend method to add all the contents of a secondary list onto any other list.

main_list.extend(extra_list)

Strictly speaking, extend works on any iterable, that is, anything you can iterate through one at a time. So it might be a list, but it could also be a set, or something like range(10)