To get the length/size of a list in Python, we can simply use the built-in
len() function like so:
list =  list.append('foo') list.append('bar') list.append('baz') print(len(list)) # output: 3
len() function takes an object as an argument and returns the total number of items (i.e. the length of the object). It has the following syntax:
Since a list in Python is an object, the
len() function works for it and returns the total number of items in the list.
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