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set.intersection()

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Definition
Return the intersection of two sets as a new set.

Syntax
set(x).intersection(y)

Parameters
x,y=sets

Example
The returns is:
set1={3,45,344,66}
set2={1,44,66}
set3=set1.intersection(set2)
print("Please print common elements of set1 and set2", set3)

>>> 
Please print common elements of set1 and set2 {66}
>>>

set.intersection()
The return the intersection between set(a) and set(b)
 >>> from decimal import Decimal
>>> from decimal import Decimal
>>> a=set()
>>> a.add(Decimal(1).adjusted())
>>> a.add(Decimal(.55).canonical())
>>> a.add(Decimal(-1).compare_signal(1))
>>> a
{0, Decimal('0.5500000000000000444089209850062616169452667236328125'), Decimal('-1')}
>>> b=set()
>>> b.add(Decimal(1).compare_total(2))
>>> b.add(Decimal(0.1).copy_abs())
>>> b
{Decimal('0.1000000000000000055511151231257827021181583404541015625'), Decimal('-1')}
>>> a.intersection(b)
{Decimal('-1')}


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