How to initialize an empty list in Python
In this tutorial, we are going to learn about how to intialize or create an empty list in Python with the help of examples.
Empty list means list doesn’t contain any values in it, so the length of empty list is 0.
Using square brackets 
To initialize a empty list, we can use the square brackets
 syntax in Python.
Here is an example of empty
users = 
We already know Empty lists have length 0, so to find it we can use the len() method in Python.
length = len(users) print(length) # 0
Using list() constructor
Alternatively, we can also use the
list() constructor in Python to initialize an empty list.
Here is an example:
users = list()
To add a items to the empty list , we can use the append() method in Python.
This above line adds
Olive to the “users” list.