A set is an unordered or unindexed “bag” of unique values.
A single set can contain values of any immutable datatype, meaning the values can’t be changed. A set itself is a mutable object, i.e, an object that can be changed after it is created.
Frozen sets in Python return an object that is unchangeable. They are referred to as a set because the set is inherent, not mutable.
You can use the
frozenset()function to get a non-mutable object.
lst = ["a", "b","c"] print("Normal List") print(lst) frozen_set = frozenset(lst) print("\nFrozen Set") print(frozen_set)
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