FAQ: Flask Templates - Variable Filters

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Hello, in 4-th step, what is the most convenient way or just simply your approach to how to transform the dictionary of the “Instructions” section from this:

To something like this:

Of course there is no need to save particularly this shape of “ingredients” segment in the future “Instructions” section. I mean, it can be anything: sorter list, unsorted list, with length, without length, etc.
It just needs to be without all this squared and curly brackets.
If you would provide a little guideline of how in your opinion it can be done, i would be very thankful.

Much appreciation for sharing!

Hello again, as it turned out, you will learn this in 6-th exercise named “For Loops”.
But for those who cannot wait, the syntax looks like this :slightly_smiling_face: :

    {% for key, instruction in template_instructions|dictsort %}

      <p>{{key}}: {{instruction}}</p>

    {% endfor %}

and it will output this result: