Want to know how python remove() work?

That’s how it does the job:

def remove(arr, n, target):
    for i in range(0, n):
        if arr[i] == target:
            arr[i] = ""
            j = i
            while j < n - 1:
                arr[j] = arr[j+1]
                j = j + 1
    arr = arr[0:n-1]
    print(arr)


remove(["m", "o", "h", "a", "m", "e", "d"], 7, "h")

And, I think the lesson I learned a while ago, is that everything on a computer is an abstraction, No matter how you go deep.

How do you understand it so far? About which parts exactly you aren’t sure?