Python set() built-in function

From the Python 3 documentation

Return a new set object, optionally with elements taken from iterable. set is a built-in class. See set and Set Types — set, frozenset for documentation about this class.


>>> s = set()
>>> s
# set()
>>> type(s)
# <class 'set'>

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