How to sort dictionary by value python

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Suppose my dictionary is as follows:

data = {1:'b', 2:'a', 3:'c'}

And I want to sort data by 'b' and 'a' so I get the result

'a','b','c'

How do I do that?
Any ideas?

Nov 2, 2018 in Python by findingbugs
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1 answer to this question.

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This would work:

d = sorted(data, key = d.get)
for id in d:
    text = data[id]
answered Nov 2, 2018 by Nabarupa

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