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Sequence Operations0:57 with Ashley Boucher
In the second stage of Python Sequences, let's begin discussing the many different things we can do with them.
Welcome to stage two of Python Sequences.
Now that you've learned how to iterate through sequences,
let's talk about sequence operations.
Sequence operations are things you can do with sequences
like slicing them into smaller sequences, determining one's length, or
learning which element in the sequence is the highest or lowest value.
There are also operations to determine whether or
not a given element is in the sequence or how many times that element appears.
There are even ways to combine sequences through addition and multiplication.
This course will be specifically covering operations that are common to
all Python sequences, both mutable and immutable.
At the end of this stage, you'll be provided with a reference instruction step
that summarizes the different operations you're about to learn.
And some others that aren't discussed in the following videos.
Bookmark that page for easy access later.
We'll begin in the next video with slices.
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