Python pop () Function

In this tutorial, we will study what a Pop function in Python is, How it works and look into some examples of pop function in a list.

Pop() Function in a list in Python

What is Pop Function

Pop is an inbuilt function in python which removes the last element from the list for eg. mylist = [1,2,3,4,5] on executing the mylist.pop() the last element i.e 5 is removed from the list and we get [1,2,3,4] as output.

General syntax


Explanation :
  • list_name is the name of your list
  • pop is the inbuilt function used to delete the element
  • index is the position of the element to be removed, it can also be left empty (by default it will delete the last element)
  • pop function returns updated list after deletion.

Examples :

list = ['code', 'speedy', '.', 'com']

#Case 1

#Case 2

#Case 3

Output :

['code', 'speedy', '.']
['code', 'speedy']

Explanation :

  • First, we need to declare a list on which we can operate.
  • The first pop function deletes the last element i.e ‘com’
  • Now ‘.’ is the last element and when we run the pop command the last element is deleted
  • And finally, when we run the pop(0) the element in index 0 is deleted i.e ‘code’

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