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# List tail

Python, List · Nov 2, 2020

Returns all elements in a list except for the first one.

- Use slice notation to return the last element if the list's length is more than
`1`

.
- Otherwise, return the whole list.

def tail(lst):
return lst[1:] if len(lst) > 1 else lst
tail([1, 2, 3])
tail([1])

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