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Python Introducing Dictionaries Introducing Dictionaries Creating a Dictionary

I don't understand the question

What am I supposed to do?

student = {'name':'', 'topic' : 'Python'}
topic = student

1 Answer

For task 2 you need to assign the value of the topic key to variable topic. This is done with square brackets as shown in the previous video @ 1:37.

student = {'name':'', 'topic' : 'python'}
topic = student['topic']

Note: the p in 'python' in your dictionary needs to be lowercase to pass the challenge