In this example, we will create a single python function that will accept unlimited lists of numbers and merges them into a single list that contains sorted values as well as no duplicated values. This question is from Codewars which I have further modified it to accept unlimited lists instead of two.
def merge_arrays(*kwargs): merge_list =  for li in kwargs: merge_list += li merge_list = list(dict.fromkeys(merge_list)) merge_list.sort() return merge_list
Run the above code with the below line of statement and see the outcome by yourself.
print(merge_arrays([1,2,3,5,6,1], [1,3,5], [9,0]))
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