Append data to a list within a dict

Hendrik van Rooyen mail at microcorp.co.za
Sat Apr 14 10:00:30 CEST 2007


 "Tina I" <ti,,eb at be...elv.com> wrote:


> Hello group,
> 
> Say I have the following dictionary:
> 
> ListDict = {
> 'one' : ['oneone' , 'onetwo' , 'onethree'],
> 'two' : ['twoone' , 'twotwo', 'twothree'],
> 'three' : ['threeone' , 'threetwo', threethree']}
> 
> Now I want to append 'twofour' to the list of the 'two' key but I can't 
> figure out how to that?
> Some pointers would be greatly appreciated.
> 

Just do it:

ListDict['two'].append('twofour')

This works because ListDict['two'] is a list...

- Hendrik




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