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Python

seong lee
seong lee
4,503 Points

what does . items() do

can someone explain what .items() does. Just wondering()

1 Answer

Byron Farrow
Byron Farrow
13,267 Points

It returns a tuple (basically an immutable list) of key-value pairs from a dictionary.