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# Python: Remove an element from a given list

## Python List: Exercise - 211 with Solution

Write a Python program to remove an element from a given list.

Sample Solution-1:

Python Code:

``````# Create a list 'student' containing mixed data types (strings and integers).
student = ['Ricky Rivera', 98, 'Math', 90, 'Science']

# Print a message indicating the original list.
print("Original list:")

# Print the original list 'student'.
print(student)

# Print a message indicating the purpose of the following lines of code.
print("\nAfter deleting an element, using the index of the element:")

# Use the 'del' statement to remove the element at index 0 from the 'student' list.
del(student[0])

# Print the updated 'student' list after deleting the element.
print(student)
```
```

Sample Output:

```Original list:
['Ricky Rivera', 98, 'Math', 90, 'Science']

After deleting an element:, using index of the element:
[98, 'Math', 90, 'Science']
```

Flowchart:

Sample Solution-2:

Python Code:

``````# Create a list 'student' containing mixed data types (strings and integers).
student = ['Ricky Rivera', 98, 'Math', 90, 'Science']

# Print a message indicating the original list.
print("Original list:")

# Print the original list 'student'.
print(student)

# Print a message indicating the purpose of the following lines of code.
print("\nAfter deleting an element, using the 'remove' function:")

# Use the 'remove' function to remove the first occurrence of the string 'Math' from the 'student' list.
student.remove('Math')

# Print the updated 'student' list after removing the element 'Math'.
print(student)
```
```

Sample Output:

```Original list:
['Ricky Rivera', 98, 'Math', 90, 'Science']

After deleting an element:, using remove function:
['Ricky Rivera', 98, 90, 'Science']
```

Flowchart:

Sample Solution-3:

Python Code:

``````# Create a list 'student' containing mixed data types (strings and integers).
student = ['Ricky Rivera', 98, 'Math', 90, 'Science']

# Print a message indicating the original list.
print("Original list:")

# Print the original list 'student'.
print(student)

# Print a message indicating the purpose of the following lines of code.
print("\nAfter deleting an element, using the 'pop' function:")

# Use the 'pop' function to remove the last element from the 'student' list, and assign the removed value to 'z'.
z = student.pop()

# Print the updated 'student' list after removing the last element.
print(student)

# Print the removed value stored in 'z'.
print("Removed value is:", z)
```
```

Sample Output:

```Original list:
['Ricky Rivera', 98, 'Math', 90, 'Science']

After deleting an element:, using pop function:
['Ricky Rivera', 98, 'Math', 90]
Removed value is: Science
```

Flowchart:

Python Code Editor:

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