9.1 - Dictionaries

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Python Data Structures
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University of Michigan

Python Data Structures

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Course 2 of 5 in the Specialization Python for Everybody
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Chapter Nine: Dictionaries
The Python dictionary is one of its most powerful data structures. Instead of representing values in a linear list, dictionaries store data as key / value pairs. Using key / value pairs gives us a simple in-memory "database" in a single Python variable.

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  • Charles Severance
    Charles Severance
    Associate Professor
    School of Information
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