Python List reverse() Method (with Examples)

Python List reverse() Method: In this tutorial, we will learn about the reverse() method of the list class with its usage, syntax, parameters, return type, and examples. By IncludeHelp Last updated : June 20, 2023

Python List reverse() Method

The reverse() is an inbuilt method of the list class that is used to reverse the elements of the list, the method is called with this list (list in which we have to reverse the elements) and it reverses all elements in the list.


The following is the syntax of reverse() method:



The following are the parameter(s):

  • None - It does not accept any parameter.

Return Value

The return type of this method is <class 'NoneType'>, it returns nothing.

Example 1: Use of List reverse() Method

# declaring the list
cars = ["BMW", "Porsche", "Audi", "Lexus", "Audi"]

# printing the list
print("cars before reverse operations...")
print("cars: ", cars)

# reversing the list elements

# printing the list 
print("cars after reverse operations...")
print("cars: ", cars)


cars before reverse operations...
cars:  ['BMW', 'Porsche', 'Audi', 'Lexus', 'Audi']
cars after reverse operations...
cars:  ['Audi', 'Lexus', 'Audi', 'Porsche', 'BMW']

Example 2: Use of List reverse() Method

# declaring the list
x = [100, 200, 30, 40, 50, 60, 700]

# printing the list
print("x before reverse operations...")
print("x: ", x)

# reversing list elements

# printing the list
print("x after reverse operations...")
print("x: ", x)


x before reverse operations...
x:  [100, 200, 30, 40, 50, 60, 700]
x after reverse operations...
x:  [700, 60, 50, 40, 30, 200, 100]

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