Python List is a collection of elements. The length of the List can vary. To check the length of the list len() function is used in Python.

## Basic Syntax

Following is the basic syntax for abs() function in Java:

int len(list)

And the parameters are:

Parameter | Description |
---|---|

list | The list whose length will be counted |

## Return Value

Python len() function returns count of elements in given list.

## Examples

Following are the examples for len() function in Python.

### Example 1

1 2 3 4 5 | # Python program to demonstrate working # of len() newlist = ["One","Two","Three","Four","Five","Six","Seven"] print("Length of list is: ", len(newlist)) |

The output should be:

Length of list is: 7

Following are the examples for len() function in Python.

### Example 1

1 2 3 4 5 | # Python program to demonstrate working # of len() b = [2.5,3.2,1.1] print("Length of list is: ", len(newlist)) |

The output should be:

Length of list is: 3