How to check if user input exists as values in dictionary if the value is given inside lists
Values in a dictionary are given inside a list. How to check if an input from the user exists inside the list that is, values of the dictionary?
Model Pilot , please do a try by yourself before we can help you. put your code in playground and link it here. Thanks. to give you a hint: - take an input from user, and split it to a list - iterate over this list by using a for loop. in each iteration of the for loop, one item from the list will be taken - check if this item is in the dict. the way how you are doing this, depends if you are looking for keys or values in the dict. but i duppose that it should be a key. you can use the membership operator "in" to do this check.
Not quite clear for me. is the input a single number or is input some numbers like : 1,4,0,5 ? can you please just do a sample of the input? Thanks a lot!
input() in dict.values()
If input is multiple values, how should i check if it exists in a dictionary's value. Values of the dictionary is in a list
for put in [input(), input(), ...]: put in dict.values()