# List Comprehension

### Easy way to clean up your code

Lets talk a little bit about basic for loops for a while. Imagine that you want to fill a list with the values from 0 - 10.

• One way to do this is to create an empty list, iterate through the values between 0 and 5, and add the value to the list each time.

Lets take a look at what this looks like:

```
```
# Make an empty list
lst = []

# Go through the numbers between 0 and 11
for i in range(6):
lst.append(i)

print(lst)
```

```

This will result in array that is equal to `[0,1,2,3,4,5]` But there is a easier way to do this!

Instead of having the for loop after initializing the list, we can have the for loop inside the list. This is called List Comprehension The following code will return the same list as the code above.

```
```
x = [i for i in range(6)]

print(x)
```

```

See how much cleaner and shorter that is? T

We can also apply an if statement inside the list comprehension like we where talking about before.

Example: Lets consider a situation where we want to make a list where it only contains numbers that are divisible between 0 and 300 that are divisible by 27.

We can achieve this with

```
```
x = [i for i in range(300) if i % 27 == 0]

print(x)
```

```

Which gives us back the list:`[0, 27, 54, 81, 108, 135, 162, 189, 216, 243, 270, 297]`