.fromkeys()

Published May 23, 2022
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The .fromkeys() method returns a dictionary with a specified set of keys. It can also initialize the entries with a specified value.

Syntax

dict.fromkeys(keys,value)

Where keys is an iterable containing the keys for the new dictionary and value is an optional initial value for the new entries in the dictionary. If value is not specified, the default initial value for each key will be None.

Codebyte Example

The following example creates a new dictionary with an initial value for each key.

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