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Python Python Collections (Retired) Dictionaries String Formatting with Dictionaries

strings.py

def string_factory(string_arg, the_dict):
  for i in the_dict:
    print(string_arg.format(**i))

string_factory(string, dicts)

it works in my console, but error says 'list' object has no attribute

1 Answer

Tobias Mahnert
Tobias Mahnert
89,413 Points

Hi Thomas,

def string_factory(dic, strs):
  strings_array = []
  for item in dic:
    strings_array.append(strs.format(**item))

  return strings_array

Your code looks right to me, maybe try to put it into an array an return it. Cheers toby

Edit: I just found our more or less that your array need to be writed like this "strings_array" instead of just stringsarray