copy() method to get a copy of a list

All list methods

copy() takes no arguments .

Returns a copy of the main list.
my_list=['Alex','Ronald','John','Ronald','Ronn']
my_list2=my_list.copy()
print(my_list2)
Output
['Alex', 'Ronald', 'John', 'Ronald', 'Ronn']
We can create a copy by selecting all the elements.
my_list=['Alex','Ronald','John','Ronald','Ronn']
my_list2=my_list[:]
print(my_list2)
Output
['Alex', 'Ronald', 'John', 'Ronald', 'Ronn']
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