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Python: Traverse a given list in reverse order, also print the elements with original index

Python List: Exercise - 195 with Solution

Write a Python program to traverse a given list in reverse order, also print the elements with original index.

Sample Solution:

Python Code:

color = ["red", "green", "white", "black"]
print("Original list:")
print(color)
print("\nTraverse the said list in reverse order:")
for i in reversed(color):
    print(i)
print("\nTraverse the said list in reverse order with original index:")
for i, el in reversed(list(enumerate(color))):
    print(i, el) 

Sample Output:

Original list:
['red', 'green', 'white', 'black']

Traverse the said list in reverse order:
black
white
green
red

Traverse the said list in reverse order with original index:
3 black
2 white
1 green
0 red

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Floor Division:

When we speak of division we normally mean (/) float division operator, this will give a precise result in float format with decimals.

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Output:

3
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