'dict' Literals and Conversions


How to specify "dict" values in Python code?

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"dict" values can be specified using "dict" literals or the dict() conversion function as shown in this tutorial:

1. "dict" literals in {n1:v1, n2:v2, ...} format as shown below:

>>> {"Age":25, "Name":"Joe"}
{'Age': 25, 'Name': 'Joe'}

2. dict() function converting argument list to "dict":

>>> dict(Age=24, Name="John")
{'Age': 24, 'Name': 'John'}


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