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# Python: Count the frequency in a given dictionary

## Python dictionary: Exercise-61 with Solution

Write a Python program to count the frequency of a dictionary.

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Python Code:

``````# Import the 'Counter' class from the 'collections' module.
from collections import Counter

# Define a function 'test' that takes a dictionary 'dictt' as an argument.
def test(dictt):
# Use the 'Counter' class to count the frequency of values in the dictionary.
result = Counter(dictt.values())

# Return the result as a Counter object.
return result

# Create a dictionary 'dictt' where the keys represent grades ('V', 'VI', etc.) and the values are integers.
dictt = {
'V': 10,
'VI': 10,
'VII': 40,
'VIII': 20,
'IX': 70,
'X': 80,
'XI': 40,
'XII': 20
}

# Print a message indicating the start of the code section and display the original dictionary.
print("\nOriginal Dictionary:")
print(dictt)

# Print a message indicating the purpose and generate a frequency count of values in the 'dictt' dictionary using the 'test' function.
print("\nCount the frequency of the said dictionary:")
print(test(dictt))
```
```

Sample Output:

```Original Dictionary:
{'V': 10, 'VI': 10, 'VII': 40, 'VIII': 20, 'IX': 70, 'X': 80, 'XI': 40, 'XII': 20}

Count the frequency of the said dictionary:
Counter({10: 2, 40: 2, 20: 2, 70: 1, 80: 1})
```

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