6.100L | Fall 2022 | Undergraduate

Introduction to CS and Programming using Python

Lecture 11: Aliasing, Cloning

Topics: Aliasing and cloning, list comprehensions

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Lecture 11: Aliasing, Cloning

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Ch 5.3–5.5

Finger Exercise Lecture 11

Implement the function that meets the specifications below:

def remove_and_sort(Lin, k):
    """ Lin is a list of ints
        k is an int >= 0
    Mutates Lin to remove the first k elements in Lin and 
    then sorts the remaining elements in ascending order.
    If you run out of items to remove, Lin is mutated to an empty list.
    Does not return anything.
    # Your code here  

# Examples:
L = [1,6,3]
k = 1
remove_and_sort(L, k)
print(L)   # prints the list [3, 6]

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