Python Dictionaries

A dictionary is a collection that is completely changeable, indexable and unordered.

It is written inside curly brackets.

How to creating python dictionaries?

Here a basic example in which we can create dictionaries.

>>> dict = {
  "name": "
  "jobin": "
>>> print(dict)

It is a combination of two parts one key and the other is values.

For example - the key is “name” and value is “naveen

Accessing dic item

dic item can be accessed using the key name like –

>>> x = dict[“name”]

You can also access key using the get() method.

>>> dict.get(“model”)

Changing the value of dic

>>> dict[“name”] = “codersarts

Accessing value of dic using the loop

We can access the value of loop using different ways like –

Printing key name

>>>for a in dict:

>>>    print(x)

Printing all value of dict

>>>for a in dict:


You can also use value() method to find the value of dict.

>>> val = dict.values()

For key and value use items() method.

>>> key_val = dict.items()

Adding item

>>> dict[“address”] = “noida

Removing item

To remove the item of dict use pop() – Remove the item with the specified key

>>> dict.pop(“address”)

Another method which use to remove last item of list popitem()

"del" also use to delete an item using the specified key.

>>> del dict[“address”]

clear() method used to clear the dict.

>>> dict.clear()

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