Creating a dictionary from a .txt file

Mark Janssen dreamingforward at gmail.com
Sun Mar 31 18:20:25 CEST 2013


>
> Every line is now an element in list d. The question I have now is how can
> I make a dictionary out of the list d with the car manufacturer as the key
> and a tuple containing the year and the model should be the key's value.
> Here is a sample of what list d looks like:
>
> ['1899 Horsey Horseless', '1909 Ford Model T', '1911 Overland OctoAuto',
> '2003 Hummer H2', '2004 Chevy SSR']
>
> Any help would be appreciated!
>
>
As long as your data is consistently ordered, just use list indexing.  d[2]
is your key, and (d[1],d[3]) the key's value.

Mark
Tacoma, Washington
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