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A Day at the Supermarket
Keeping Track of the Produce

Now that you have all of your product info, you should print out all of your inventory information.

``````once  = {'a': 1, 'b': 2}
twice = {'a': 2, 'b': 4}
for key in once:
print "Once: %s" % once[key]
print "Twice: %s" % twice[key]``````
1. In the above example, we create two dictionaries, `once` and `twice`, that have the same keys.
2. Because we know that they have the same keys, we can loop through one dictionary and `print` values from both `once` and `twice`.

### Instructions

1.

Loop through each key in `prices`.

Like the example above, for each key, print out the key along with its price and stock information.

Print the answer in EXACTLY the following format:

``````apple
price: 2
stock: 0``````

Like the example above, because you know that the `prices` and `stock` dictionary have the same keys, you can access the `stock` dictionary while you are looping through `prices`.

When you’re printing, make sure to use the syntax from the example above, with `%s`.