Python – Extract Key’s Value, if Key Present in List and Dictionary

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When it is required to extract the value of key if the key is present in the list as well as the dictionary, a simple iteration and the ‘all’ operator are used.

Example

Below is a demonstration of the same −

my_list = ["Python", "is", "fun", "to", "learn", "and", "teach", 'cool', 'object', 'oriented']

my_dictionary = {"Python" : 2, "fun" : 4, "learn" : 6}

K = "Python"
print("The value of K is ")
print(K)

print("The list is : " )
print(my_list)

print("The dictionary is : " )
print(my_dictionary)

my_result = None
if all(K in sub for sub in [my_dictionary, my_list]):
my_result = my_dictionary[K]

print("The result is : ")
print(my_result)

Output

The value of K is
Python
The list is :
['Python', 'is', 'fun', 'to', 'learn', 'and', 'teach']
The dictionary is :
{'Python': 2, 'fun': 4, 'learn': 6}
The result is :
2

Explanation

• A list of strings is defined and is displayed on the console.

• A dictionary of values is defined and displayed on the console.

• The value of K is defined and is displayed on the console.

• A value is set to None.

• The ‘all’ operator is used along with a simple iteration to check if the values present in the dictionary are present in the list.

• If yes, the value will be assigned the ‘K’th element from the dictionary.

• This value is displayed as the output on the console.

Published on 13-Sep-2021 11:49:16