How to access the elements of a dictionary using index ?

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I am new to Python. How to access the elements of a dictionary using indexes?
Jul 4 in Python by Neel
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Suppose you have a dictionary

num = {'physics': 80, 'math': 90, 'chemistry': 86}

You can use the following code to access the elements -

print(list(num.keys())[0])  # returns  1st key
print(list(num.values())[0]) # returns value of 1st key
print(list(num.items())[0]) #Returns a list of dict’s (key, value) tuple pairs
answered Jul 4 by Arvind
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