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Megha Sharma

Posted on 5th March 2024|40 views

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How To Append Integer To The Beginning Of The List In Python?

Hi all,

I’m trying to make a list that begins with a variable and ends with an integer. So I tried writing ‘a+list’ but I found an error. Here, ‘a’ as an integer and thus I cannot use either extend or append. Can I get any suggestions that work in this case?

 

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Sowjanya Mishti

Posted on 5th March 2024

Now the purpose why you saw the error because you are utilizing the variable name as the list which is not supported in Python, Python has a few reserved keywords that can not be utilized as the variable name therefore instead of that, you should utilize the below-mentioned method:-

l = 6

abc_list = [3, 2, 1]

print([l] + abc_list)

 

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