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Dictionary could be copied to another dictionary using which of following syntax?

dict_a = dict_b

dict_a = dict_b.clear()

dict_a=dict_b.copy()

dict_a = copy(dict_b)

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They copy() statement or method in Python returns a copy of the dictionary.

Syntax of Copy() in Python is as follows:

dict_a=dict_b.copy()

Or

dict.copy()

Parameters:

The copy() method don't have any parameters.

Returns:

This method doesn't modify the original dictionary instead it just returns copy of the dictionary.

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