.remove()

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Published May 5, 2021Updated Nov 2, 2021
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The .remove() method removes an item from a list by passing in the value of the item to be removed as an argument.

Syntax

list.remove(item)

In the case where two or more elements in the list have the same value, the first occurrence of the element is removed.

Example

inventory = ['⚽', 'πŸ€', '⚾️', '🎾', '🏐']
inventory.remove('⚾️')
print(inventory)
# Output: ['⚽', 'πŸ€', '🎾', '🏐']

Codebyte Example

To remove the first occurance of 'eggs':

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