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

Damian McCarthy
Damian McCarthy
3,656 Points

Im so confused.

I might not get this because im tired, but maybe a hint will help.

dicts.py
player = {'name' : 'Potato', 'remaining_lives' : 3, 'levels' : completed(1, 2, 3, 4), 'items' : inventory('Taco')}

1 Answer

Andrey Misikhin
Andrey Misikhin
16,529 Points

Don't use inline style, this is a bad tone, you then will not be able to understand your code.

player = {'name': 'Potato', 
          'remaining_lives': 3,
          'levels': {'Bla': 'Lba', 'Bla': 'Lba'},
          'items': {'Taco': 'Hot', 'Taco_1': 'Hot'}}
Damian McCarthy
Damian McCarthy
3,656 Points

player = {'name' : 'Potato', 'remaining_lives' : 3, 'levels' : {1, 2, 3, 4}, 'items' : {'Taco'}}

Still Getting an error with this?