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A deep copy makes a completely new independent copy of an object, including copies of any other objects it references. In a shallow copy, only references to other objects are copied, so the copy and the original may both reference the same object. The copy is not a completely separate duplicate. Google "deep copy vs shallow copy" for the language you're using. There are a lot of websites you can visit for information and examples.
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