Difference between pop and delete methods

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Two methods are used to delete elements from a list in python - pop() and delete(). What is the difference between them? I've seen both being in different places.
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I think you mean del() and not delete().

del() simply removes an item from the list at the index specified.

pop() removes the item from the index and returns it.
answered Jun 25, 2018 by Hamartia's Mask
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