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Python Introducing Dictionaries Introducing Dictionaries Creating a Dictionary

Introducing Dictionaries

Create a dictionary with the following key value pairs: 1) key: 'name', value: '', 2) key: 'topic', value: 'python'. Assign this dictionary to a variable called student.

 "student" = {'key': 'name', 'value': '', 'key': 'topic', 'value': 'python'}

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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You won't need to use the words "key" or "value" in your literals. Where you have those words now is where the actual keys should go ("name" and "topic").

And once you fix that you should have 2 pairs instead of 4.