Method # 1: Using loop +
A combination of the above functions can be used to solve this problem. In this case, we extract the elements of the index using zip, and then extract and check for similarity using the conditional operator in a loop.
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The original l ist 1: [`a`,` b`, `c`,` d`] The original list 2: [`g`,` b`, `s`,` d`] Similar index elements in lists: [` b`, `d`]
Method # 2: Using
zip () + list comprehension
Combination of these functions can also be used to solve this problem. In this we use a method similar to the one described above, just shorthand logic condensed using a list comprehension.
The original list 1: [`a`,` b`, `c`,` d`] The original list 2: [`g `,` b`, `s`,` d`] Similar index elements in lists: [`b`,` d`]
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