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Python Exercise: Iterate over dictionaries using for loops

Python dictionary: Exercise-9 with Solution

Write a Python program to iterate over dictionaries using for loops.

Sample Solution:-

Python Code:

d = {'Red': 1, 'Green': 2, 'Blue': 3} 
for color_key, value in d.items():
     print(color_key, 'corresponds to ', d[color_key]) 

Sample Output:

Red corresponds to  1                                                                                         
Blue corresponds to  3                                                                                        
Green corresponds to  2 

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