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Can anyone explain the enumerate in Python?

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In Python, Enumerate() function is an in-built function to keep a count of iterations. Enumerate() function return the enumerate object with adding a counter for each iteration. This enumerate function is used mostly in for loops to add the counter for each iteration

Here is an example of using enumerate() in for loop:

list1 = [‘read’, ‘code’, ‘practise’]

for ele in enumerate(list1):

                print (ele)

Output:

(‘0’, ‘read’)

(‘1’, ‘code’)

(‘2’, ‘practice’)

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