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Advanced Topics in Python
Iterators for Dictionaries

Let’s start with iterating over a dictionary. Recall that a dictionary is just a collection of keys and values.

d = { "Name": "Guido", "Age": 56, "BDFL": True } print d.items() # => [('BDFL', True), ('Age', 56), ('Name', 'Guido')]

Note that the .items() method doesn’t return key/value pairs in any specific order.

Instructions

1.

Create your own Python dictionary, my_dict, in the editor to the right with two or three key/value pairs.

Then, print the result of calling the my_dict.items().

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