FAQ: Learn Python: A Day at the Supermarket - Let's Check Out!



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print compute_bill(shopping_list)

can someone tell me what this code does this is at the final step of lets check out


Can a function call any dictionary defined outside of function without indexing?


Globally defined dictionaries are accessible from anywhere in the program. We access the dictionary by name, and its values by key name subscript.


Thanks, Roy.

I figured out by running my program.