Find List Index in Python

To find the index of an element in a Python list, you can use the list.index(element, start, end) method. The list.index() method takes an element as an argument and returns the index of the first occurrence of the matching element. If the element is not found, a ValueError exception will be thrown. The optional "start" and "end" arguments are used to restrict the search to a specific subsequence of the list. In Python, list indexes start at 0. You can also check if an element exists in a list using the "in" operator. In this Python List Index example, we return the index of a list item using the list.index() method. Below are more detailed examples of finding the index of an element in a Python list. Click Execute to run Python List Index Example online and see the result.
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