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How does copy() method differ from deepcopy() in Python?
copy() returns a deep copy on an object while deepcopy() performs shallow copy
deepcopy() method in Python 2.x is called simply copy() in Python 3
copy() method in Python 2.x is called deepcopy() in Python 3
deepcopy() performs deep copy of an object while copy() returns a shallow copy
copy() method returns a shallow copy of an object. deepcopy() performs a full deep copy of a given object
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