Return true if p is a list object or an instance of a subtype of the list type.
Return true if p is a list object, but not an instance of a subtype of the list type.
Return a new list of length len on success, or NULL on failure.
Return the length of the list object in list; this is equivalent to len(list) on a list object.
Return the object at position index in the list pointed to by list. The position must be positive, indexing from the end of the list is not supported. If index is out of bounds, return NULL and set an IndexError exception.
Macro form of PyList_GetItem() without error checking.
Set the item at index index in list to item. Return 0 on success or -1 on failure.
This function “steals” a reference to item and discards a reference to an item already in the list at the affected position.
Macro form of PyList_SetItem() without error checking. This is normally only used to fill in new lists where there is no previous content.
This macro “steals” a reference to item, and, unlike PyList_SetItem(), does not discard a reference to any item that is being replaced; any reference in list at position i will be leaked.
Insert the item item into list list in front of index index. Return 0 if successful; return -1 and set an exception if unsuccessful. Analogous to list.insert(index, item).
Append the object item at the end of list list. Return 0 if successful; return -1 and set an exception if unsuccessful. Analogous to list.append(item).
Return a list of the objects in list containing the objects between low and high. Return NULL and set an exception if unsuccessful. Analogous to list[low:high]. Negative indices, as when slicing from Python, are not supported.
Set the slice of list between low and high to the contents of itemlist. Analogous to list[low:high] = itemlist. The itemlist may be NULL, indicating the assignment of an empty list (slice deletion). Return 0 on success, -1 on failure. Negative indices, as when slicing from Python, are not supported.
Sort the items of list in place. Return 0 on success, -1 on failure. This is equivalent to list.sort().
Reverse the items of list in place. Return 0 on success, -1 on failure. This is the equivalent of list.reverse().
Return a new tuple object containing the contents of list; equivalent to tuple(list).
Clear the free list. Return the total number of freed items.
New in version 3.3.