pandas.api.types.CategoricalDtype(categories = None, ordered = None) : This class is useful for specifying the type of Categorical data independent of the values, with categories and orderness.
categories : [index like] Unique categorisation of the categories.
ordered : [boolean] If false, then the categorical is treated as unordered.
Return-Type specification for categorical data
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