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Introduction to different types of lists

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Often in programming you process large amounts of data. In these cases, one variable cannot be assigned to each object / value. Lists create the ability to store multiple values in the same variable to handle large amounts of data.

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HANDLE LARGE AMOUNTS OF DATA IN PYTHON

Suppose you have, for example, data from thousands of data points. Somehow, we have to be able to handle this data in a simple and efficient way. Arrays / Lists create the possibility to store multiple values in the same variable.

 

There are four ways in Python to store multiple values in the same variable

 

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