List Functions

The following table summarizes the available Privilege Management for Unix and Linux list functions.

Function Description
append() Creates a new list by appending one or more strings or lists to the end of another list.
insert() Creates a new list by inserting additional strings or lists into a specific position (indicated by an integer index) in the original list.
join() Creates a new string by concatenating each element of a specified list separated by a delimiter character. This is the opposite of the split() function.
length() Returns the number of elements in a list.
range() Creates a new list from a specific range of elements from an existing list.
replace() Creates a new list by deleting a specific range of elements from an existing list. Replacement elements can be inserted into the new list in positions where original elements were deleted.
search() Searches a list for a specific pattern.
split() Creates a new list by splitting the contents of a string into individual list elements. This is the opposite of the join() function.