Accessing Elements in a List:
You reference a list element by writing the list’s name followed by the element’s index (that is, its position number) enclosed in square brackets (). The following diagram shows the list c labeled with its element names:
The first element in a list has the index 0. So, in the five-element list
c, the first element is c and the last is c:
Indices must be integer values or expressions that when evaluated, result in an integer value.
a = 0 b = 1 listyPoo = [-5.3, -6.7, -1.2] print(listyPoo[a + b])
Using a non-integer value will result in a TypeError.
Accessing Values Backwards:Lists also can be accessed from the end by using negative indices: ```python seq = [4.7, 6.8] print(seq[-1]) # Displays 6.8 ```
Length of ListsTo get a list’s length, use the built-in `len` function: ```python example = [1, 4, 2, 0] print(len(example)) ```
You can utilize this function when you are trying to access elements at the end of a list.