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Python Python Collections (2016, retired 2019) Sets Set Math

igor corrales
igor corrales
2,474 Points

Iḿ totally lost with this exercise

I don't know how can I get the right key in the dictionary and also combinate with the set......can someone give me a hint ? please

    "Python Basics": {"Python", "functions", "variables",
                      "booleans", "integers", "floats",
                      "arrays", "strings", "exceptions",
                      "conditions", "input", "loops"},
    "Java Basics": {"Java", "strings", "variables",
                    "input", "exceptions", "integers",
                    "booleans", "loops"},
    "PHP Basics": {"PHP", "variables", "conditions",
                   "integers", "floats", "strings",
                   "booleans", "HTML"},
    "Ruby Basics": {"Ruby", "strings", "floats",
                    "integers", "conditions",
                    "functions", "input"}
def covers(self):
    for contents in COURSES.values():
        if contents > self:
            return COURSES.keys()

2 Answers

Hint: I would recommend using a loop similar to this:

key_set ={}
for key, value in COURSES.items():
    if logic:
return key_set
Steven Parker
Steven Parker
224,872 Points

You'll probably want a loop so you can compare the argument with each dictionary entry separately. And you could create a new list to add the results to during the loop. After the loop finishes, then you would return the new list.

You also might not want to use "self" as a parameter name, since it is commonly used in class methods to refer to the instance and may be confusing.