Can I use the
reversed() method with other sequences?
reversed() method can be used with various sequence types in Python, such as lists, tuples, and strings, to reverse their order.
Is the original sequence modified when using
reversed() method does not modify the original sequence. It returns an iterator that produces items in reverse order.
Can I directly reverse a list using
Yes, you can reverse a list using the
reversed() method. However, if you only need to reverse a list and don’t require an iterator, the
list.reverse() method is more efficient.
Is there an equivalent method for reversing a range in Python 2?
In Python 2, you can achieve the same result using the
xrange() function instead of the
Are there any limitations to using the
reversed() method requires the input sequence to be iterable. It may not work with custom objects unless they implement the iterable protocol.