Python Dictionary values

This Python function returns the list of available values in a dictionary (total items). In this section, we discuss how to use this values function, and the syntax of the function is


Python Dictionary values example

The values function returns the list of total items available in a given one. The code below prints the numbers in the emp and employ.

TIP: Please refer to the Dictionary in this langauge to understand.

emp = {'name': 'Kevin', 'age': 25 , 'job': 'HR', 'Sal': 725000}
print("Dictionary: ", emp)

# Print 
print("Dictionary Values: ", emp.values())

# Creating an Empty 
employ = {}
print("\nDictionary: ", employ)

# Print
print("Dictionary Values: ", employ.values())
Python Dictionary Values function 1

In this program, we are going to insert a new one into the dict and print that number. Next, we updated and displayed the updated number.

emp = {'name': 'John', 'age': 25 , 'job': 'HR'}


emp['age'] = 27

emp['Sal'] = 725000
{'name': 'John', 'age': 25, 'job': 'HR'}
dict_values(['John', 25, 'HR'])

dict_values(['John', 27, 'HR'])

dict_values(['John', 27, 'HR', 725000])

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