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Python List | extend method

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schedule Mar 9, 2022
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Python's list.extend(~) method adds all items of an iterable to the end of a list.

Parameters

1. iterable | iterable

The iterable to be added to the end of the list.

Return value

None

Examples

To add all items of list winter_sports to the end of list sports:

sports = ['Basketball', 'Football', 'Tennis']
winter_sports = ['Skiing', 'Snowboarding']

sports.extend(winter_sports)

print(sports)
['Basketball', 'Football', 'Tennis', 'Skiing', 'Snowboarding']

Note that even after the above, the winter_sports list remains intact:

print(winter_sports)
['Skiing', 'Snowboarding']
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