Wednesday 22 November 2023

Python Coding challenge - Day 74 | What is the output of the following Python code?

 

Code - 

fruits = {'Kiwi', 'Jack Fruit', 'Lichi'}
fruits.clear( )
print(fruits)

Solution and Explanation: 

The variable fruits seems to be defined as a set, but you are trying to use the clear() method on it, which is applicable to dictionaries, not sets. If you want to clear a set, you can use the clear() method directly on the set. Here's the corrected code:

fruits = {'Kiwi', 'Jack Fruit', 'Lichi'}

fruits.clear()

print(fruits)

This will output an empty set:

set()

If you intended fruits to be a dictionary, you should define it using key-value pairs, like this:

fruits = {'kiwi': 1, 'jackfruit': 2, 'lichi': 3}

fruits.clear()

print(fruits)

This will output an empty dictionary:

{}

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