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Hi, I want to know how to find out the number of elements in a list. Is there a attribute to lists or tuples which determine the number of elements in a list or tuple? Thanks

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  1. anonymous
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    This is regarding problem 3 in Problem Set 3. I am thinking of implementing two for loops which check key1 against all possible key2 values returned from the exactMatch function. since the exactMatch function returns a list, I want to find out the number of values or the length of the list.

  2. anonymous
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    NVM I found it, its the len() attribute lol.

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    for clarity sake len() is a function not an attribute

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    yes, you are right, of course. Thanks for making that distinction.

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