Understanding Pickling in Python

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I have recently got an assignment where I need to put a dictionary (where each key refers to a list) in pickled form. The only problem is I have no idea what pickled form is. Could anyone point me in the right direction of some good resources to help me learn this concept? Thanks!

Aug 22, 2018 in Python by bug_seeker
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While others have pointed to the Python documentation on the pickle module, which is a great resource, you can also check out Chapter 13: Serializing Python Objects of Dive Into Python 3 by Mark Pilgrim.

answered Aug 22, 2018 by Priyaj
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