insert() – insert an list entry at the given index number

  1. The first line of the code creates a list named myList and assigns it the values [1, 2, 3, 5].
  2. The line myList.insert(3, 4) calls the insert method on the myList object and passes two arguments, 3 and 4. The insert method is used to insert an element at a specific index in a list. In this case, the code is inserting the number 4 at index 3 of myList.
  3. The for loop in the code iterates over the elements of the list myList. For each iteration, the current element is stored in the variable i.
  4. The print function is used to print the current value of i during each iteration of the loop. The end parameter is set to a space character, so that the numbers are printed on the same line with a space between each number.
  5. The loop continues until all elements in myList have been processed.

So, the code creates a list, inserts an element at a specific index in the list, and then prints all the elements of the modified list, separated by a space.

myList = [1, 2, 3, 5]

myList.insert(3, 4)

for i in myList:
    print(i, end=" ")
1 2 3 4 5