We actually encountered this concept in a prior exercise: if a
collection object contains a reference to itself, it’s called a
cyclic object. Python prints a
[...] whenever it detects a cycle in the
object, rather than getting stuck in an infinite loop (as it once did
L = ['grail']# Append reference to same object<...
This part is something to be careful and mindful of, while coding.
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