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Python Python Collections (2016, retired 2019) Dictionaries Dictionary Basics

i cant get it right guys help

its telling me unhurshable list

dicts.py
player = {"name": "perfect", "remaining_lives": 3}
levels = {[["1", "2", "3", "4",]]}
items = {"tino": "tana"}

1 Answer

Hi, Perfect Tinotenda Mashingaidze! Man just wanna say great job keep up the good work. Ok so I see your problems which is miner; but that's what we are here for so the easy way is to put it in one line. So starting with player line there are no issues but just remove the curly bracket and add a comma for levels your gonna add quotes around levels and erase =, {, [ plus the quotes around the numbers and on number for when your done listing there's no need for a comma. Then items just do the same as what was done for levels. I'll put what I did down so you will know what to do.

player = {"name": "perfect", "remaining_lives": 3, "levels": [1, 2, 3, 4], "items": {"tino": "tana"}}