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How To Loop and Iterate Over Python Dictionary?

Dictionaries provides simple data types with value and key. Dictionary data may be used in an iteration with for loop. By using for we can iterate over dictionary elements easily. In this tutorial we will look different ways to iterate over dictionary elements. Example Dictionary We will use following dictionary type named mydict in this tutorial.

Iterate with Implicit Iterator Python dictionary type provides iterator interface where it can be consumed...

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Redis Tutorial

Redis is open source BSD licensed database or key-value store. Redis provides fast and simple data store features mainly used for caching purposes in web applications. Redis is written in C programming language. Supported Data Structures Redis supports following data structures to store and retrieve data. string hash list set sorted set queries bitmap hyperloglog geospatial index Supported Operating Systems Current version of redis is 3.2.9 . Redis supports following...

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C Variables and Definition

[rps-include post=6557] Most important function is storing data while the application running. The data may be  age, username, picture, full name etc. To hold data variables are used. Variables are stored in the memory. After application run all variables are cleaned. So variables do not persists between application runs. As variables stored in memory they need some space in the memory but how much? This memory size can change according...

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Dictionary In Python Tutorial With Examples

Dictionaries is complex data structures those hold information about different type and related information. Dictionaries also called associative memories or associative arrays in different languages. Dictionaries generally format in key and value pair. Keys are used to label and  search and find values. Create Dictionary As we say before we will provide key and value pair. In this example we will create a phone book. The name of the phonebook is pb and have some...

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