in Membership Operator is used to check if specific value is present in given collection.
The syntax of in Operator with the operands is
x in collection
x is a value, and
collection is any collection of items like a list, tuple, set, string, etc.
in operator takes two operands as shown in the above expression. Left operand is the value, and right operand is the collection.
in operator returns a boolean value. If the element or value
x is present in the
collection, then the above expression returns a of True, or else the expression returns False.
In this example, we take a list of strings, and check if the value
"mango" is present in this list, using in keyword.
fruits = ['apple', 'banana', 'cherry', 'mango'] x = 'mango' if x in fruits: print('x is in the given list.') else: print('x is not in the given list.')
x is in the given list.
In this tutorial of Python Examples, we learned about in Membership Operator, and how to use it to check if specific element is present in a given collection.