What is a dictionary in Python?

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Can someone help me with Dictionary in Python? I am new to Python and finding dictionary complicated to understand. Please help.
Mar 4 in Python by Trisha
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Dictionary can be understood as a key-value pair stored together.

dict = {'Name': 'Priyaj', 'Age': 22, 'College': 'TICT'}
print "dict['Name']: ", dict['Name']
print "dict['Age']: ", dict['Age']

Output:

dict[Name]: Priyaj
dict[Age]: 22

This way you can use a dictionary. Hope this helps.

answered Mar 4 by Priyaj
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