What is a Python Counter?

Python Counter is a container that contains a counter for each of the items present in the container. Containers are objects that contain other objects and provide a way to iterate over them. Examples of built-in containers are Tuple, list, and dictionary. The rest are included in the Collections module. The Collections module in Python3 provides the user with specialized container data types, providing an alternative to general-purpose Python built-in programs such as dictionaries, lists, and tuples. The counter is a dict subclass that is used to count hashable objects. It counts the number of occurrences of any value in the container. Click Execute to run the Python Counter Example online and result.
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