Python Language Dictionary Data Type


Example

Dictionary consists of key-value pairs.It is enclosed by curly braces {} and values can be assigned and accessed using square brackets[].

dic={'name':'red','age':10}
print(dic)    #will output all the key-value pairs. {'name':'red','age':10}
print(dic['name'])    #will output only value with 'name' key. 'red'
print(dic.values())    #will output list of values in dic. ['red',10]
print(dic.keys())    #will output list of keys. ['name','age']