Ok, so if we use list.pop to pull the value out of the list and it gets “returned” to us, how can we use that information that got returned?
Can it be printed? If so, how?
Can it be used for new functions or as a variable in new lists?
I’m curious because this “return” thing is confusing to me as well. I think I understand how it works if I define a function and have it return a value after the function completes its code, but I don’t understand in this list.pop scenario since it seems like the returned value is just floating in limbo with no way to call it back.
(I’m obviously confused and sorry if I mis-use any terminology, I am just starting out.)