Copy object in Python

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How do I copy an object in python? Can I just use copy.copy()
Jul 25 in Python by Faheem
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In general, copy.copy() or copy.deepcopy() works perfectly fine for the general case. Not all objects can be copied.Some objects can be copied more easily. Dictionaries have a copy() method:

ob1 = ob.copy()

Sequences can be copied by slicing:

new_l = l[:]
answered Jul 25 by Tanishq

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