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In Python, a list is a ordered collection of values. Here are some examples of lists and how they are used:
Lists are always enclosed in brackets (). Elements of a list are separated by a comma (,). A list can contain strings, numbers, or a mixture of both. Lists can even contain other lists.
The following sections provide more information on how to use lists: