Python length of list
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
# 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
# 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
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