Dec 14, 2019 in Python
Q: What Do You Think Is The Output Of The Following Code Fragment? Is There Any Error In The Code?

list = ['a', 'b', 'c', 'd', 'e']

print (list[10:])

1 Answer

Dec 14, 2019

The result of the above lines of code is []. There won’t be any error like an IndexError.

You should know that trying to fetch a member from the list using an index that exceeds the member count (for example, attempting to access list[10] as given in the question) would yield an IndexError. By the way, retrieving only a slice at the starting index that surpasses the no. of items in the list won’t result in an IndexError. It will just return an empty list.

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