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I wrote code to use a while loop to remove all occurrences of a specific string and print the remainder of the content in the list. This code works however searching for a more efficient way to move the contents from one list to the next instead of copying them over.
I would like the contents of sandwich_orders be placed in finished_orders. I tried using the pop() method instead of remove but the finished_order list would keep the occurrences of pastrami . Any suggestions
#Make a list called sandwich_orders and an empty list
sandwich_orders = ['tuna','pastrami', 'egg', 'ham', 'cheese', 'pastrami','pastrami']
finished_orders = 
print("\nThe deli had run out of Pastrami. No Pastrami Sandwiches can be made at this time.")
#Create a while loop that searches for all occurances of 'pastrami' in the sandwich_order list, when found remove all occurances from the list.
while 'pastrami' in sandwich_orders:
Mirror the sandwich list to the finished list.
finished_orders = sandwich_orders
Loop through list to print message when sandwich is finished.
for sandwich in finished_orders:
print("You " + sandwich.title() + " sandwich is ready!")
There is another way, but I'm not sure if it is more efficient, I believe it is though.
finished_orders = list(filter(('pastrami').__ne__, sandwich_orders))
__ne__ is just like writing
!=, but that would be a bit more long in this case.