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Python: Check all values are same in a dictionary

Python dictionary: Exercise-45 with Solution

Write a Python program to check all values are same in a dictionary.

Sample Solution:

Python Code:

def value_check(students, n):
    result = all(x == n for x in students.values()) 
    return result
  
students = {'Cierra Vega': 12, 'Alden Cantrell': 12, 'Kierra Gentry': 12, 'Pierre Cox': 12}
print("Original Dictionary:")
print(students)
n = 12
print("\nCheck all are ",n,"in the dictionary.")
print(value_check(students, n))
n = 10
print("\nCheck all are ",n,"in the dictionary.")
print(value_check(students, n))

Sample Output:

Original Dictionary:
{'Cierra Vega': 12, 'Alden Cantrell': 12, 'Kierra Gentry': 12, 'Pierre Cox': 12}

Check all are  12 in the dictionary.
True

Check all are  10 in the dictionary.
False

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