Why Do I Have to Do This to Get the Values of the Keys?


Why do you need to put ‘word’ in to get the values of the keys?

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because word contains the keys, and to get the values associated with the keys we need to do: dictionary[key]

of course we can get both keys and values if we want:

for key, value in d.iteritems():

or .items() for python3.


That makes so much more sense - thanks!!!