Difference between sort and sorted

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What is the difference between sort() and sorted() in python? I have seen few code examples and outputs but I don't know the logic. Please explain.
Feb 6 in Python by Disha
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sort() basically works with the list itself. It modifies the original list in place. The return value is None.

sorted() works on any iterable that may include list, dictionary and so on. It returns another list and doesn't modify the original list.

answered Feb 6 by Omkar
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