What is aliasing?

Aliasing in Python

Aliasing happens whenever one variable’s value is assigned to another variable because variables are just names that store references to values.
For Example a=5
b=a then b is the alias of a

Aliasing in python means to refer the same instance with different names. This is just as a reference that can be change at any time in a piece of code.

Ex:- take an example where we have a variable named car that is initially referring to a string instance within the start of code snippet…


//After some time we want to change the name of variable car

BMW_car=carso the same car BMW in memory has been given another name i.e BMW_car that is an alias for variable car.