Had an interview with an company, I feel like it went well. At the end of the interview she gave me a copy of the dress code but she said she would give me a call . Would giving a candidate an copy of the dress code typically mean they got the job?
There is only one thing that indicates that you've got the job and that's a job offer, and that ultimately needs to be in writing. I'm not speaking generally, I'm saying literally that you should only trust an actual job offer as an indication that you have a new job to accept.
Most people here can tell stories about how they were told they had a job verbally or given very clear indications that any reasonable person would believe meant that the job was theirs but the offer never materialized or were rejected outright.
This might seem pessimistic but there is always something that can go wrong before an actual offer is in hand so until that happens, don't do anything rash, don't start telling people what's coming because that could have negative consequences if it turns out to be not the case.
I think giving you a copy of the dress code early on is the company's way of having you disqualify yourself (not continue pursuing the job) if you can't adhere to it. They might apply it very strictly. I don't get the idea that the dress code bothered you, but we can't assume every applicant's cool with it. If the dress code is an important value for the business, it's better to lay it out early rather than assuming folks will "snap to it" after being hiring. It also gives you a heads-up to consider having to buy the clothes you'll need.
Still, anything they hand to you says they're interested in you. But as Christopher Estep has laid out, wait for a formal offer. If you get only a verbal offer (i.e. they don't volunteer right away to give you a written one), it's best for that you tactfully express your need for the written one. It'll potentially save you a lot of headaches.