Print a list in both ascending and descending order

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I use sort() in Python but it sorts the list in ascending, how to sort it in descending order?

Feb 6 in Python by Piyush

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You can use listName.sort(reverse=True). This will sort the list in descending order. 

>>> numbers = [3,5,6,2]
>>> numbers.sort(reverse=True)
>>> print(numbers)
>>> 6 5 3 2
answered Feb 6 by Omkar
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