Python Python Loop Through List Items
List comprehension offers a shorter syntax when you want to create a new list based on the values of an existing list.
Example: You want to create a list of all the fruits that has the letter "a" in the name.
Without list comprehension you will have to write a
with a conditional test inside:
newlist = 
for x in fruits:
if "a" in x:
With list comprehension you can do all that with only one line of code:
newlist = [x for x in fruits if "a" in x]
The list comprehension is wrapped around square backets, contains one or more
for statements, zero or more
if statements, and returns a new list.