remove an element from an array at a specific index in Python
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print(remove_element2([1, 2, 3], 1)) # [1, 3]
print(remove_element3([1, 2, 3], 1)) # [1, 3]
# The code above is written in Python and it is used to remove an element from an array. There are three different ways to do this. The first way is to use the pop() method, which removes the element at the specified index. The second way is to use the del keyword, which also removes the element at the specified index. The third way is to use slicing, which creates a new array without the element at the specified index.
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