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Slicing works similar to strings; use the square bracket slice operator ([ ] ) along with the index or indices.
 

aList = [123'abc', 4.56['inner', 'list'], 7-9j]
aList[0]
print aList[1:4]
print aList[:3]
print aList[3][1]

   
  
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