Python Tutorial : Sets

Sets are unordered, unique elements. The objects in the set must be unique ,duplicates can not be used in sets.

set_objects = {"boat", "sock", "phone","lamp"}

Check if certain objects are in set. If object is in the list system will print true and if object is not will print false

set_objects = {"boat", "sock", "phone","lamp"}

print("boat" in set_objects)
print("pen" in set_objects)

Strings can be pass in Set. It will iterate through the characters of the string as an object boat becomes “b”,”o”,”a”,”t”

set_object = "boat"


Add objects to Set with add() or update()

add() is used to add one object

update() is used to add more than one object

# add() one object 

# update() more than one object
set_objects.update(["kite", "ball", "hat"])

To remove an item in a set, use remove() or discard()



Get number of objects in set, use len()


loop through set objects

# loop through set
for x in set_objects:

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