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NatΓ‘lia Catunda
NatΓ‘lia Catunda

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Removing repeated list items

Set are unordened collection, partially imutable and that have can to add or remove elements.
I use the set() type to remove repeated array items and print them.

List=["NatΓ‘lia","Elisa","Joana","Elisa","Barbara","John","Barbara"]
names = set(List)
print(names)
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You still .update() and .discard() items, like:

names.add("Luna")
names.discard("NatΓ‘lia")
print(names)
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