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In Python, Set is an unordered collection of data type that is iterable, mutable and has no duplicate elements. The order of elements in a… Read More
Prerequisite : Sets in Python Given three arrays, we have to find common elements in three sorted lists using sets. Examples : Input : ar1… Read More
The difference_update() method helps in an in-place way of differentiating the set. The previously discussed set difference() helps to find out the difference between two… Read More
update() function in set adds elements from a set (passed as an argument) to the set. Syntax : set1.update(set2) Here set1 is the set in… Read More
The symmetric difference of two sets is the set of elements which are in either of the sets but not in both of them.  Symmetric… Read More
This in-built function of Python Set helps us to get the symmetric difference between two sets, which is equal to the elements present in either… Read More
The symmetric difference of two sets set1 and set2 is the set of elements which are in either of the sets set1 or set2 but… Read More
Given two lists, find the missing and additional values in both the lists. Examples: Input : list1 = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6] list2… Read More
Two strings are said to be complete if on concatenation, they contain all the 26 English alphabets. For example, “abcdefghi” and “jklmnopqrstuvwxyz” are complete as… Read More
This in-built function of Python helps to pop out elements from a set just like the principal used in the concept while implementing Stack. This… Read More
The copy() method returns a shallow copy of the set in python. If we use “=” to copy a set to another set, when we… Read More
The issuperset() method returns True if all elements of a set A occupies set B which is passed as an argument and returns false if… Read More
The difference between the two sets in Python is equal to the difference between the number of elements in two sets. The function difference() returns… Read More
Two sets are said to be disjoint when their intersection is null. In simple words they do not have any common element in between them.… Read More
The clear() method removes all elements from the set. Syntax: set.clear() parameters: The clear() method doesn't take any parameters. Return: The clear() method doesn't return… Read More