There are many ways to clean up a list using the various constructs offered by the Python language. Let`s try to understand each of the methods one by one.
Output: strong >
GEEK before clear: [6, 0, 4, 1] GEEK after clear: 
Exit: < / strong>
List1 before deleting is: [1, 2, 3] List1 after clearing using clear ():  List2 before deleting is: [5, 6, 7] List2 after clearing using reinitialization: 
List1 before deleting is: [1, 2, 3] List1 after clearing using * = 0: 
List1 before deleting is: [1, 2, 3] List1 after clearing using del:  List2 before deleting is: [ 5, 6, 7] List2 after clearing using del: 
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