Understand Enumerate: A Beginner’s Guide to Python 3.11.1

“enumerate()” is a built-in function in Python 3.11.1 Programming Language that allows us to iterate over a series (such as a list, tuple, or string) and return each element along with its index number in the form of a tuple data structure.

Let me tell you, for example, use enumerate() to loop over a list of words and print out both the word and its index in the list.


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