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Python Data Structures

Accessing the Elements of a SetAccessing the Elements of a Set

Since a set is an unordered collection, you can't access its elements by index because they don't have indices. However, you can verify whether an element exists within the set using the in keyword.

It's especially handy to use the in keyword with a for loop. Let's check out an example.


Here's your set:

You need to determine if "pear", "banana", and "lemon" are in the set.

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