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How does this work? pairs = {1: "apple", "orange": [2, 3, 4], True: False, None: "True", } print(pairs.get("orange")) print(pairs.get(1)) print(pairs.get(12345, "not in dictionary")) the output is [2, 3, 4] False not in dictionary

1/2/2017 4:25:07 AM

insulator02

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thank u

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thats because true is also 1. if you erase true=false then at print(pairs.get(1)) the output will be "apple".

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how could I do when I want to keep all the element?

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try put 2: "apple" and then print(pairs.get(2))