What is a Copy() method in Dictionary | How to use the copy() method of a dictionary.

Definition:

This method of dictionary simply copies the entire dictionary into another variable, also the original dictionary remains unchanged.

Syntax:

Variable = Dictionary.copy()

This method takes no argument.

Working:

Copy()_method_code_in_python

output

You can copy code here.

dictionary = {1: ‘Student’,
‘Name’: ‘Waqar Khan’,
‘Age’: 23,
‘Male’: True,
‘Subject’: ‘Computers’}

x = dictionary.copy()
print(x)

Code:

  1. A dictionary with some key values is being taken.
  2. All the values of the dictionary are copied into variable ‘x’.
  3. Variable ‘x’ is being printed.

Output:

  1. Entire value of the dictionary is copied into x.

 

Interview questions:

  • Can you copy certain items from the dictionary?

No, we cannot copy certain items from the dictionary as we cannot slice dictionaries, instead we can copy entire items using built-in copy() method.

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