Python videos | Python Part 11 - Dictionaries

Posted by Andy Brown on 19 October 2021


A Python dictionary contains create a set of key/value pairs to make it easier to look up details about any item - all is explained in this video tutorial!

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This video has the following accompanying files:

File name Type Description
Creating dictionaries.py Python code How to create dictionaries
Editing dictionaries.py Python code Add edit and delete items
Movies.csv CSV file CSV file of 10 films
Films example.py Python code Example to add films to dictionary and list out

Click to download a zipped copy of the above files.

After watching this video, you may like to test your understanding by doing one or more of the following exercises:

You can also download the answers to each exercise from the links above.

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