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Last updated: Apr 26, 2022

List

List is an ordered collection of objects in which duplicate values can be stored. We can also store the null elements in the list. It contains the index-based methods to insert, update, delete and search the elements. Since a list preserves the insertion order, it allows positional access and insertion of elements. Let’s learn more about list.
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