﻿ Python: Compute the difference between two lists - w3resource # Python: Compute the difference between two lists

## Python List: Exercise - 52 with Solution

Write a Python program to compute the difference between two lists. Sample Solution :-

Python Code :

``````from collections import Counter
color1 = ["red", "orange", "green", "blue", "white"]
color2 = ["black", "yellow", "green", "blue"]
counter1 = Counter(color1)
counter2 = Counter(color2)
print("Color1-Color2: ",list(counter1 - counter2))
print("Color2-Color1: ",list(counter2 - counter1))
```
```

Sample Output:

```Color1-Color2:  ['red', 'white', 'orange']
Color2-Color1:  ['black', 'yellow']
```

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## Python: Tips of the Day

Python: Use Enumerate() In for Loops

```>>> students = ('John', 'Mary',  'Mike')
>>> for i, student in enumerate(students):
...     print(f'Iteration:  {i}, Student: {student}')
...
Iteration: 0, Student: John
Iteration: 1, Student: Mary
Iteration: 2, Student: Mike
>>> for i, student in enumerate(students,  35001):
...      print(f'Student Name: {student}, Student ID #: {i}')
...
Student Name: John, Student ID #: 35001
Student Name: Mary, Student ID #: 35002
Student Name: Mike, Student ID #: 35003
```