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Python Technical Interview Prep: Python Basics Basic Python Down The Rabbit Hole

Down the rabbit hole

It seems like the values were not added to the list. What is my mistake? Thank you!

# {
#     'name': 'Javier Hernandez',
#     'pets': [
#         {
#             'name': 'Kitty',
#             'breed': 'American Shorthair'
#         },
#         {
#             'name': 'Buzz',
#             'breed': 'Pitbull'
#         }
#     ],
#     'classes': ('Math', 'Science', 'Art')
# }
# enter your code below

def breeds(data):
    list1 = []
    for key, value in data.items():
        if key == 'breed':
    return list1  

1 Answer

Chris Freeman
Chris Freeman
Treehouse Moderator 67,736 Points

Without giving too much away, as you have it the keys in the for loop would be “names”, “pets”, “classes”. Can you figure out how to access the “breeds” within “pets?

Post back if you need more help. Good luck!!!

Thank you!