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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types list.remove()

Donald Grimme
Donald Grimme
1,791 Points


Syntax error for .remove , is there a guide for python syntax for learners from other languages.

states = [
    ['red', 'green', 'blue'],
states.remove ('blue');
Travis Bailey
Travis Bailey
13,673 Points

Coming from Javascript? Python doesn't use the trailing semicolon.

Also, make sure not to put a space between the function name and the argument your passing.

states.remove('blue')   #good

states.remove ('blue')   #no good

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