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Python List, Tuple, Dictionary syntax - simple examples.
# LIST
list = ["apple","orange","pear"]
for s in list:
print(s)
print(list[1])
# TUPLE
# A tuple is a collection which is ordered and unchangeable
thistuple = ("linda", "mary", "jane")
print(thistuple)
print(thistuple[1])
thistuple = ("jon", "lucy", "andrew", "greg", "fred", "sue", "kevin")
print(thistuple[2:5])
thistuple = ("sky", "sun", "cloud")
for x in thistuple:
print(x)
# DICTIONARY
class Object1:
field1 = "strVal"
obj1 = Object1()
dict = {
'key1':'val1',
2:'val2',
obj1.field1:"val3"
}
dict['key4'] = "val4"
dict[obj1] = Object1()
print(dict['key1'])
print(dict[2])
print(dict[obj1.field1])
print(dict['strVal'])
print(dict['key4'])
print(dict[obj1])
for aKey in dict:
print(aKey)
print(dict[aKey])
for aKey in dict.keys():
print(aKey)
print(dict[aKey])
for aVal in dict.values():
print(aVal)
for item in dict:
print(item)
print(type(item))
for k,v in dict.items():
print(k, " ", v)
print
# Python dictionary method get() returns a value for the given key.
dict = {'Name': 'Elke', 'Age': 7}
print(dict.get('Age'))
print(dict['Age'])
# end
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