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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types Lists


Does .remove() work only when there's a string inside a string and also when you want to remove single digits as shown below

[1, 2, 3] list_in_list.remove(3)
[1, 2]

1 Answer

.remove() is a method of list that takes and argument. It will remove the first occurrence of the argument provided. If the argument does not occur in the list object it will raise an ValueError.

I'm afraid that your question doesn't strike me as completely exact, so this is only as best as I can answer with the understanding that I have.