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Steven Young2,486 Points
are dictionaries unique to Python?
or do other languages have this feature as well?
William LiCourses Plus Student 26,868 Points
Absolutely NOT unique to Python. Most language has its key-value mapping constructs. In other language, it maybe called Hash or hash table
Kenneth LoveTreehouse Guest Teacher
You'll also see them called map in other languages, too. Although that tends to get confusing if they also have a