Python Introducing Dictionaries Introducing Dictionaries Accessing Keys and Values

Jonathan Tucker
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Jonathan Tucker
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Copy/Paste not working in terminal.

I've read other student's inquires as to copy/paste course = {'teacher':'Ashley', 'title':'Introducing Dictionaries', 'level':'Beginner'} into the python terminal, however, none of it works. My alternative was to just manually type it in. If anyone has a better idea NOT mentioned by others then please let me know. It's no big deal, but very annoying when trying to follow along with the teacher. FYI - I tried the copy/paste in VSCode, and it works so I may just begin using that instead of the provided workspace.

Chris Freeman
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By “python terminal” do you mean the REPL shell? Which OS and terminal are you using to get the python shell?

Jonathan Tucker
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Hi Chris Freeman . I used the wrong terminology. I meant the REPL shell in the workspace. I try to go along with Ashley, and noticed that she did a copy/past from the program to the REPL shell. For someone reason, it doesn't work for me. Hope I make sense. Thank you.