FAQ: Learn Python: Files - Reading a CSV File

This community-built FAQ covers the “Reading a CSV File” exercise from the lesson “Learn Python: Files”.

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What if the first line of the CSV does not contain the labels of csv fields?

If the keys of the dictionary are, by default, the entries in the first line of our CSV file what happens if the first line is data?

Would this process for csv files in python be the same as creating a data frame in pandas?