Parsing Python dictionary with multiple objects

Anurag Patibandla anuragpatibandla7 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 15 20:35:53 CEST 2014


On Wednesday, October 15, 2014 1:41:13 PM UTC-4, Dave Angel wrote:
> Anurag Patibandla <anuragpatibandla7 at gmail.com> Wrote in message:
> 
> > Thanks for the response.
> 
> > Here is the code that I have tried.
> 
> > 
> 
> > from operator import itemgetter
> 
> > keys = json.keys()
> 
> > order = list(keys)
> 
> > q1 = int(round(len(keys)*0.2))
> 
> > q2 = int(round(len(keys)*0.3))
> 
> > q3 = int(round(len(keys)*0.5))
> 
> > b = [q1,q2,q3]
> 
> > n=0
> 
> 
> 
> threedicts = []
> 
> 
> 
> > for i in b:
> 
> >     queues = order[n:n+i]
> 
> >         
> 
> >     n = n+i
> 
> >     print queues
> 
> >     
> 
> >     for j in range(len(queues)):
> 
> >         q = (queues[j], json.get(queues[j]))
> 
> >         print q
> 
> > 
> 
> 
> 
>        onedict = {}
> 
>        for q in queues:
> 
>            onedict[q] = json[q]
> 
>        threedicts.append (onedict)
> 
>    dict1, dictw, dict3 = threedicts 
> 
>            
> 
> > By this I am able to get the 3 smaller dicts I want, but can you help me assign them to 3 variables?
> 
> > The dicts need not be ordered but it would be better if they are ordered.
> 
> > 
> 
> 
> 
> dicts are not ordered. If you want the items in a particular
> 
>  order, you have to do that after extraction from the dict. There
> 
>  is a related type called collections.OrderedDict, which
> 
>  'remembers' the order things were added.
> 
> 
> 
> -- 
> 
> DaveA

Thanks DaveA!
This works perfectly!



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