Jul 10, 2019 in Python 3,624 views

## 3 answers to this question.

Try this:

```a = [4,7,3,2,5,9]

for i in a:
print("Element: " + str(i) + " Index: "+ str(a.index(i)))```
• 69,060 points
+1 vote
```a = [4,7,3,2,5,9]
b = enumerate(a)
for i in b:
print(i)```
answered Jul 15, 2019 by Kei Tee

edited Jul 22, 2019 by Kalgi
What does the enumerate() function do?
It returns a tuple of  each element and its index, including duplicated elements

Try using this question by list comprehension:

a=[4,7,3,2,5,9]
print([x for x in enumerate(a)])

output:

`[(0, 4), (1, 7), (2, 3), (3, 2), (4, 5), (5, 9)]`
• 180 points
Thanks, @Vinaykumar, that was helpful :)

+1 vote

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