sort() basically works with the list itself. It modifies the original list in place. The return value is None.
sorted() works on any iterable that may include list, dictionary and so on. It returns another list and doesn't modify the original list.
show() is just a convenience function for ...READ MORE
Lists are mutable(values can be changed) whereas ...READ MORE
'==' checks for the equality of the ...READ MORE
I think you mean del() and not ...READ MORE
if you google it you can find. ...READ MORE
suppose you have a list
a = [0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10]
now ...READ MORE
can you give an example using a ...READ MORE
You can simply the built-in function in ...READ MORE
Python is a programming language.
PyGame is a ...READ MORE
You can try this:
Mat pts1(nPts, 1, CV_8UC2), ...READ MORE