How do I sort a list in Python?

To sort a list in Python, you can use the sort() method of the list. The sort() method modifies the list in-place. To get a copy of the sorted list without modifying the original list, you can use the sorted() function, which returns a new sorted list. To sort the list in reverse order, you can use the reverse parameter for the sort(reverse=True) method. You can also provide a custom function to sort the list with your own rules. For example, sort the list by odd and even elements or by the internal properties of an object in the list. In this Python Sort List example, we are sorting the list using the default list.sort() method. You can find more advanced sorting examples below in this article. Click Execute to run the Python Sort List example online and see the result.
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