# Python Set

Python **Set** is like a dictionary, an unordered collection of keys, held without any values. The set type is **mutable** , the contents can be changed using methods like **add()** and **remove()** . Sets do not contain duplicates, every element in a Python set can have only one occurrence in that particular set, no multiple occurrences are allowed. There are currently two built-in set types, **Set** and **Frozenset** .

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### Create a Set from Tuple

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### Create a Set from List

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### Sets are Mutable

The set type is mutable, the contents can be changed using methods like add() and remove().

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Set.remove() remove elements from set.

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### Set Length

len() function returned the length of a set.

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## Union of Sets

In Python, Union operation can be performed on two Python sets using the operator or by using the method union(). Union of two sets x and y is another set that contains all distinct elements in sets x and x.

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## Intersection of Sets

In Python, Union operation can be performed on two Python sets using the operator & or by using the method intersection(). Intersection of two sets x and y is another set of elements those are present in both sets x and y (common to both of them).

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## Difference of Sets

The difference() method returns the set difference of two sets. In Python, Difference operation can be performed on two Python sets using the operator - or by using the method difference().

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## Symmetric Difference of Sets

Symmetric difference of the sets is the set of elements those are not common to both the sets. The symmetric_difference() method using.

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## Frozenset

A frozenset value is immutable: it's set up with the frozenset() function call, but once it's set up its contents cannot be altered.

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