Empty a dictionary subclass in python

I'm using a django module that uses a class that inherits from dict. Let's call it ExtendedDict. Suppose I'm given an instance, e_d, of the ExtendedDict class and I want to clear it out. What's the most pythonic way to empty it?

This feels clunky:

for key in e_d: e_d.pop(key)

Is there a better solution?


Since your class inherits from dict, its instances should have a clear() method:


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