Asked By – Gabriele Cirulli
In Python, how do I move an item to a definite index in a list?
Now we will see solution for issue: Move an item inside a list?
insert method of a list:
l = list(...) l.insert(index, item)
Alternatively, you can use a slice notation:
l[index:index] = [item]
If you want to move an item that’s already in the list to the specified position, you would have to delete it and insert it at the new position:
This question is answered By – David Z
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