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Python Exercise: Remove spaces from dictionary keys

Python dictionary: Exercise-29 with Solution

Write a Python program to remove spaces from dictionary keys.

Sample Solution:-

Python Code:

student_list = {'S  001': ['Math', 'Science'], 'S    002': ['Math', 'English']}
print("Original dictionary: ",student_list)
student_dict = {x.translate({32: None}): y for x, y in student_list.items()}
print("New dictionary: ",student_dict)

Sample Output:

Original dictionary:  {'S  001': ['Math', 'Science'], 'S    002': ['Math', 'English']}
New dictionary:  {'S001': ['Math', 'Science'], 'S002': ['Math', 'English']} 
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