Why aren’t the values added to the dictionary in order?
In Python, a dictionary doesn’t add your items in the order you might expect. If we added 3 dishes,
Sammich, we’d expect them to appear in that order. But we’d be wrong!
There’s an advanced reason behind it, and like anything in programming, it’s because of efficiency. For now, just know that adding things to a dictionary does not add it in an order you’d expect, or necessarily at the end of the dictionary.