copy() creates a deep copy of the dictionary
The copy() method is used to create a shallow copy of the dictionary object in Python.
A shallow copy of a dictionary object is a new dictionary object that contains the same key-value pairs as the original dictionary object , but does not copy the values that are mutable objects, such as lists, dictionaries, or sets . Instead, the shallow copy references the same mutable objects as the original dictionary object.
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