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Python Introducing Dictionaries Introducing Dictionaries Creating a Dictionary

Is there a typo here?

seems a little confusing. just wondering if there is a typo

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

1 Answer

Josh Keenan
Josh Keenan
19,527 Points

You have misunderstood the challenge.

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

A key is the name for a value stored in a dictionary, so here we have 2 keys, name and topic; and 2 values, an empty string and the string 'python'. Feel free to ask any other questions

Yup, I realized it was two separate apo's not one qoute