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Chris Grazioli31,225 Points
I don't understand the "category" choices in options.items()? I'm sure we went over this way back when
options is a dict called DEFAULTS what is .items() doing ? where did category come from, was this just arbitrary
for category, choices in options.items()
This is using tuple assignment.
dict.items() returns an iterable of tuples to loop over comprised of
(key, value) pairs. The dual assignment allows you to retrieve the key and the value to use in the loop.