how do i get the list of all the keys in my dictionary

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can you give an example? with the syntax.
May 6, 2019 in Python by Waseem
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my_dict = {'one': 'first', 'two': 'second', 'three': 'third'}

key_dict = my_dict.keys()  # it will return dict of keys

key_list = list(my_dict.keys())  # it will return list of keys

answered Sep 30, 2020 by VJ_python

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