Replace the lock. I don't think you can get it out, escpecially if it's broke off really short.
A locksmith might be able to help you--they have specialized tools to take locks apart. However, that will cost you some money. Good luck.
I've asked my partner about this, as I know nothing of such mechanical things! Apparently (& logically) it depends on the type of lock. Some you can take apart and therefore extract the key. Some you can drill out the key without damage if you're lucky. Otherwise, I guess it's a new lock - probably cheaper than the locksmith!
A Locksmith service can help you in this situations.
They can do it easily because they are professional experts.
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