On 13 Jul 2020, at 18:56, Paul Moore email@example.com wrote:
On Mon, 13 Jul 2020 at 18:42, Barry Scott firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On 13 Jul 2020, at 05:55, Christopher Barker email@example.com wrote:
well, sure, though I have to say that I think that that's an unfortunate confusing thing about python dicts. IN fact, I doubt there are many uses at all for dict.keys() -- most uses can jsut use the dict.
I use key() all the time to sort the keys before printing.
for name in sorted(dict.key()): print(name, dict[name)
Why not just use sorted(dict)?
Ooo shiny I do like that version of sorted(d).
I got curious and found that iter(d) is the same as iter(d.keys())