Extracting arbitrary amounts of data from a dictionary.

Jyotirmoy Bhattacharya jmoy.matecon at gmail.com
Thu Jul 5 23:40:17 CEST 2007

On Jul 6, 2:21 am, Jyotirmoy Bhattacharya <jmoy.mate... at gmail.com>
> On Jul 6, 12:31 am, robinsieb... at gmail.com wrote:
> > I had nothing better to do, so I thought I would make a database that
> > contained the songs played on the internet radio station I listen to
> > (hardradio.com) so I could see how many differents songs/artists they
> > played.
> > So I end up with a the number of times any given song by a given
> > artist is played in a day.  Want I want to do is to be able to print
> > out a report for X number of weeks and I am trying to determine the
> > best way to interate through the 'week' key of the dictionary.
> > For example, this is week 27, the dictonary has 6 'week' keys and I
> > want the data from the last 3 weeks.  Is this the best way to iterate
> > through the dictionary?
> >        for date in dates[year][week].keys()[-3]:
> > Or is there a better way with all the new features that have been
> > added to Python?
> Here is an implementation using as many 'new' features of Python as I
> could think of.http://phpfi.com/247634

A bit shortened and improved:

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