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Finally, to view the results, we’ll have to sort them and then display the top 5 traits from the sorted results.

These will be the top 5 traits you share with the celebrity you selected for the application.

sorted_result = sorted(compared_results.items(), key=operator.itemgetter(1)) for keys, value in sorted_result[:5]: print keys, print(user[keys]), print ('->'), print (celebrity[keys]), print ('->'), print (compared_results[keys])

Instructions

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Sort the results using the sorted() function. Use the example above to help you.

2.

Use a for loop to print the first 5 items. Use the example above to help you.

3.

Click Run to run your code and see the results!

Note: If the terminal is outputting indentation error notices, double check to make sure that your code follows the proper Python indentation practices.

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