Sunday 29 October 2023

Python Coding challenge - Day 54 | What is the output of the following Python code?

 




Code - 

roman = {1:'i',2:'ii'}

d,r=roman

print(d,r)

Solution - 

In above code, Code is trying to unpack the dictionary roman into two variables d and r. When you unpack a dictionary like this, it iterates over the keys of the dictionary and assigns them to the variables. In this case, d will be assigned the first key (1), and r will be assigned the second key (2).

Here's what the code does step by step:

d, r = roman tries to unpack the dictionary roman.
The keys of the dictionary roman are 1 and 2.
d is assigned the first key, which is 1.
r is assigned the second key, which is 2.
So, after this code executes, d will be 1 and r will be 2.

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