### Python program to find the multiplication of all elements in a list :

In this tutorial, we will learn how to *multiplies* all elements of a list and print out the result. First of all, we will add some numbers to a list and then using a *for* loop we will calculate the multiplication of all elements. Let’s take a look into the program first :

### Python 3 program to multiply all items in a list :

#1 my_list = [] #2 for i in range(1,5): my_list.append(i) #3 print(my_list) #4 result = 1 #5 for item in my_list: result = result * item #6 print("multiplication of all elements : ",result)

### Explanation :

*The commented numbers in the above program denotes the step number below :*

1. Create one empty list *my_list*

2. Add elements to this list using a *for loop*. The loop will add elements starting from *1* to *4*.

3. Print the list to the user.

4. Declare one variable *result* as *1*. This variable will hold the final *multiplication result*.

5. Run one *for loop*. This loop will multiply all items of the list and save it in *result* variable.

6. Finally, print out the result .

### Sample Output :

[1, 2, 3, 4] ('multiplication of all elements : ', 24)

Currently we are inserting only *four* elements to the list and calculating the multiplication. You can add as many items as you want.