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How to use regular expressions to remove only values in a list

If I have a list with both objects and values, how do I remove only the values in that list?

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@MichaelDelgadoAug 11.2022 — "You can identify if an item in the list is a value by determining if it contains a ""."".
You can use:
[element for element in exampleList if ""."" not in element]"
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