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# Python: Convert a given dictionary to a list of tuples

## Python dictionary: Exercise-77 with Solution

Write a Python program to convert given a dictionary to a list of tuples.

• Use dict.items() and list() to get a list of tuples from the given dictionary.

Sample Solution:

Python Code:

def test(d):
return list(d.items())

d = {'Red': 1, 'Green': 3, 'White': 5, 'Black': 2, 'Pink': 4}
print("Original Dictionary:")
print(d)
print("\nConvert the said dictionary to a list of tuples:")
print(test(d))

Sample Output:

Original Dictionary:
{'Red': 1, 'Green': 3, 'White': 5, 'Black': 2, 'Pink': 4}

Convert the said dictionary to a list of tuples:
[('Red', 1), ('Green', 3), ('White', 5), ('Black', 2), ('Pink', 4)]

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## Python: Tips of the Day

Decapitalizes the first letter of a string:

Example:

def tips_decapitalize(s, upper_rest=False):
return s[:1].lower() + (s[1:].upper() if upper_rest else s[1:])
print(tips_decapitalize('PythonTips'))
print(tips_decapitalize('PythonTips', True))

Output:

pythonTips
pYTHONTIPS