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How to Merge Dictionaries in Python

Three strategies to consolidate dictionaries

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Merging data—often referred to as a union operation—is a common task in programming. When it comes to merging dictionaries, there are multiple strategies that you can choose from.

In this article, we’ll detail three different strategies, one of which is brand new in version 3.9 and by far the easiest of…

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