###### Q-1. Write a Python program to sum all the items in a List.

Input: [1,2,3,0,79,7]
Output: 92 (Sum of elements)

Python Code:

#sum of all elements in list

def sum_num(num_list):
sum_list=0

#Iterating each element in List
for ele in num_list:
sum_list += ele
return sum_list

print(sum_num([1,2,3,0,79,7]))
###### Q-2. Write a Python program to get the largest number from a List.
Input:[1,8,3,9,4]
Output: 9(largest element in list)

Python Code:

#finding max element

def max_num(num_list):
max=num_list
#Iterating the collection
for ele in num_list:
if ele>max:
max=ele
return max

print(max_num([1,8,3,9,4]))
###### Q-3. Write a Python program to get the smallest number from a List.
Input:[1,8,3,9,4]
Output: 1(smallest element in list)

Python Code:

#finding min element

def min_num(num_list):

#here we took min as first element of the list.
min=num_list
for ele in num_list:
if ele<min:
min=ele
return min

print(min_num([1,8,3,9,4]))
###### Q-4. Write a Python program to clone or copy a List..
Input:[7,88,5,0,2]
Output: the new list  : [7, 88, 5, 0, 2]

Python Code:

#cloning of list

original_list=[7,88,5,0,2]
new_list=list(original_list)
print("the new list :",new_list)
###### Q-5. Write a python program to reverse the List.
Input:[1,2,3]
Output: [3, 2, 1]

Python Code:

#reversing the elements of list

def reverse_lst(list1):
n=len(list1)
rev=[]
for i in range(n-1,-1,-1):
rev.append(list1[i])
i-=1
return rev
list1=[1,2,3]

print(reverse_lst(list1))


Alternative way of reversing the list

#another way of reversing the elements of list
item = [10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15]
new_list = item[::-1]
print(new_list) 

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