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Returns the specified element of the list stored at key. The index is zero-based. Negative indices can be used to designate elements starting at the tail of the list.


keystringkey holding the list to get the element of.


TypeResolves withRejected when
Promise<string>On success, the promise resolves with the requested element.If the list does not exist, or the index is out of bounds, the promise is rejected with an error.


import redis from 'k6/experimental/redis';
// Get the redis instance(s) address and password from the environment
const redis_addrs = __ENV.REDIS_ADDRS || '';
const redis_password = __ENV.REDIS_PASSWORD || '';
// Instantiate a new redis client
const redisClient = new redis.Client({
addrs: redis_addrs.split(',') || new Array('localhost:6379'), // in the form of 'host:port', separated by commas
password: redis_password,
export default async function () {
await redisClient.rpush('mylist', 'first');
await redisClient.rpush('mylist', 'second');
await redisClient.rpush('mylist', 'third');
const item = await redisClient.lindex('mylist', 0);
if (item !== 'first') {
throw new Error('lindex operation should have returned first');
await redisClient.lrange('mylist', 1, 2);