Accessing Keys and Values4:07 with Ashley Boucher
Discover how to access data from a Python dictionary
Lexicographical ordering is very similar to alphabetical ordering, but it considers additional characters besides the letters of the alphabet.
Some of the basic rules in Python are that:
1) Uppercase letters come earlier than lowercase letters. This means that A < Z < a < z.
2) Numbers come earlier than letters. This means that 0 < 9 < A < a.
3) Space characters come before all printable characters.
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