# How to Split at the Second Occurrence of an Element in Python?

To split at the second occurrence of an element in a list in Python, you can use the `index()` method to find the first occurrence of the element, and then use slicing to extract the portion of the list after that point and find the second occurrence in that subset. Here’s an example:

``````my_list = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 3, 6, 7, 8, 3, 9, 10]

# Find the first occurrence of the element
first_index = my_list.index(3)

# Slice the list to find the second occurrence
second_index = my_list[first_index+1:].index(3) + first_index + 1

# Split the list at the second occurrence
first_half = my_list[:second_index]
second_half = my_list[second_index:]

print(first_half)   # Output: [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]
print(second_half)  # Output: [3, 6, 7, 8, 3, 9, 10]``````

In this example, we have a list called `my_list` that contains multiple occurrences of the element `3`.

We use the `index()` method to find the index of the first occurrence of the element in the list. We store this value in the `first_index` variable.

We slice the list from the `first_index` value to the end using slicing (`my_list[first_index+1:]`) and then use the `index()` method again to find the second occurrence of the element in this subset. We add `first_index + 1` to the result of `index()` to get the index of the second occurrence in the original list.

We use the resulting index to split the list into two halves using slicing.

The resulting `first_half` and `second_half` variables contain the two halves of the list split at the second occurrence of the element.

Note that this approach assumes that the element appears at least twice in the list. If the element appears only once or not at all, the code will raise an exception.