Python: Drop empty Items from a given Dictionary

Python dictionary: Exercise-41 with Solution

Write a Python program to drop empty Items from a given Dictionary.

Sample Solution:

Python Code:

dict1 = {'c1': 'Red', 'c2': 'Green', 'c3':None}
print("Original Dictionary:")
print("New Dictionary after dropping empty items:")
dict1 = {key:value for (key, value) in dict1.items() if value is not None}

Sample Output:

Original Dictionary:
{'c1': 'Red', 'c2': 'Green', 'c3': None}
New Dictionary after dropping empty items:
{'c1': 'Red', 'c2': 'Green'}

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