Question #716

Which one is not a correct way of creating a copy of a dictionary?

A dictionary can be copied using the built-in methods dict() or copy() . dict1.items() returns a list of tuples containing the key-value pairs of dict1 . Those are also a valid argument to pass to dict() to create a copy of dict1 . A dictionary cannot be copied directly with dict2 = dict1 as dict2 will then only be a reference to dict1 and changes made in dict1 will automatically also be made in dict2 . (w3schools.com/python/python_dictionaries.asp)


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