Here are 5 ways to filter a Python list based on conditions:

### 1. Filter Numbers Greater Than a Threshold:

Filter numbers greater than 20:

numbers = [7, 25, 9, 30, 15] # Filter numbers greater than 20 filtered_result = [n for n in numbers if n > 20] print("Numbers greater than 20:", filtered_result)

The result:

`Numbers greater than 20: [25, 30]`

### 2. Filter Strings Containing a Specific Substring:

Filter words containing the substring ‘**an**‘:

words = ['apple', 'banana', 'orange', 'melon'] # Filter words containing the substring 'an' filtered_result = [w for w in words if 'an' in w] print("Words containing 'an':", filtered_result)

The result:

`Words containing 'an': ['banana', 'orange']`

### 3. Filter Even Numbers:

Filter even numbers:

numbers = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9] # Filter even numbers filtered_result = [n for n in numbers if n % 2 == 0] print("Even Numbers:", filtered_result)

The result:

`Even Numbers: [2, 4, 6, 8]`

### 4. Filter Based on Multiple Conditions:

Filter numbers between 10 and 20:

numbers = [10, 25, 7, 33, 15] # Filter numbers between 10 and 20 filtered_result = [n for n in numbers if 10 <= n <= 20] print("Numbers between 10 and 20:", filtered_result)

The result:

`Numbers between 10 and 20: [10, 15]`

### 5. Filter Strings of a Certain Length:

Filter words with length greater than 5:

words = ['apple', 'banana', 'orange', 'melon'] # Filter words with length greater than 5 filtered_result = [w for w in words if len(w) > 5] print("Words with length greater than 5:", filtered_result)

The result:

`Words with length greater than 5: ['banana', 'orange']`