Lists are collections of elements. Elements can be integers, floats, strings, or generically, objects. Moreover, you can mix different types together. Besides, lists are more flexible than arrays because arrays allow only a single datatype. To create a list, you can either use the square brackets or the list() constructor, as follows:
a_list = [1, 2.3, 'a', True]an_empty_list = list()
The following are some handy methods that you will need to remember while working with lists:
- To access the ith element, use the  notation:
a_list # prints 2.3 a_list = 2.5# a_list is now [1, 2.5, 'a', True]
- You can slice lists by pointing out a starting ...