Python List append() method appends element to the end of this list.
The syntax to use append() function to add element at the end of the list is
append() method modifies the source list.
append() method returns None.
Example – List.append()
In the following program, we define a list of elements
[52, 41, 63]. Then, we append an element
98 to this list using append() method.
myList = [52, 41, 63] myList.append(98) print(myList)
[52, 41, 63, 98]
Append Another List to this List
You can use append() function to append another list of element to this list.
In the following program, we shall use for loop to iterate over elements of second list and append each of these elements to the first list.
list_1 = [52, 41, 63] list_2 = [47, 27, 97] for element in list_2: list_1.append(element) print(list_1)
[52, 41, 63, 47, 27, 97]
In this tutorial of Python Examples, we learned how to use List.append() method to append an element to the list.
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