The following code example shows a Program to Demonstrate Simple Functions on a List in Python.

Here’s a program to demonstrate some simple functions on a list in Python.

```
# Create a list of numbers
numbers = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10]
# Use the len function to get the length of the list
print("Length of the list: ", len(numbers))
# Use the min function to get the minimum value in the list
print("Minimum value in the list: ", min(numbers))
# Use the max function to get the maximum value in the list
print("Maximum value in the list: ", max(numbers))
# Use the sum function to get the sum of the values in the list
print("Sum of the values in the list: ", sum(numbers))
# Use the sorted function to sort the list in ascending order
print("Sorted list in ascending order: ", sorted(numbers))
# Use the sorted function to sort the list in descending order
print("Sorted list in descending order: ", sorted(numbers, reverse=True))
```

In this program, we first create a list of numbers. Then, we use the `len`

function to get the length of the list, the `min`

and `max`

functions to get the minimum and maximum values in the list, the `sum`

function to get the sum of the values in the list, and the `sorted`

function to sort the list in ascending and descending order. Finally, we print the results of these functions.

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