[Video] how to OBLITERATE your python data!!!


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    In this episode of Python RIGHT NOW! Chuck is going to show us how to lighten the load on our Python camping list(we packed too much). You will learn how to use the Python methods clear, remove, and the best of all, pop! These are the ways we can DESTROY or….just delete….our Python Data in Python Lists.

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    0:00 ⏩ Intro
    0:43 ⏩ I want to show you something!
    1:55 ⏩ Back to our camping list!
    2:15 ⏩ We packed too much!
    3:10 ⏩ Don’t do this to your list!
    4:25 ⏩ The best way to remove items!
    6:11 ⏩ Pop! Pop! Pop!……. Pop!
    8:53 ⏩ Outro

  2. thanks bro :
    #python list, individual string in a class

    supplies = ["tent", "slepping bags", "water", "raspberry pi", "coffee", "knife", "ethernet cable", "flash drive", "beard oil", "marshmallows"]

    camp_site = ["Crystal Lake", 404, 95.5, 10, False]

    supplies = supplies + ["toilet paper", "bidet"]

    #remove item from list
    #supplies.remove("tent")

    #remove multiple items from list
    print("this item was just deleted: " + supplies.pop(0))#tent
    supplies.pop(0)#sleeping bags
    print(supplies)

  3. When are you going to continue this course? I'm hooked and appreciate your style of teaching! I guess I'll have to do all of the other courses on your website while I wait.

  4. i dont usually comment but u are awesome man i saw tons of videos about python but nothing compared to this, time just flies not boring at all i wish u were my highschool teacher back in the day keep on the good work. BEN

  5. I made this code to remove multiple items from a list:

    Fruits = ["Apple", "Orange", "Banana", "Melon", "Peach"]

    for fruit in Fruits:
    if fruit == "Banana" or fruit == "Apple":

    Fruits.remove(fruit)

    print(Fruits)

    I know it is long but it works..

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