What does the pop function do in pandas?

Pop Function in Pandas

pop() is an inbuilt function in Python that removes and returns the last value from the list or the given index value. Parameter: index (optional) - The value at index is popped out and removed. If the index is not given, then the last element is popped out and removed.

Pandas Pop() method is common in most of the data structures but pop() method is a little bit different from the rest. In a stack, pop doesn’t require any parameters, it pops the last element every time. But the pandas pop method can take input of a column from a data frame and pop that directly.

Pandas Series.pop() function returns the item corresponding to the passed index label. It also drops the item from the series object.