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{
	"orientation": "portrait"
}

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. We’re creating a dictionary called “data”
2. We’re adding a key called “orientation” to the dictionary
3. We’re setting the value of the “orientation” key to “portrait”

Now, let’s say we want to add another key to the dictionary. We can do that like this:

data[“resolution”] = “1080p”

Here’s what the above code is doing:
1. We’re adding a key called “resolution” to the dictionary
2. We’re setting the value of the “resolution” key to “1080p”

Now, let’s say we want to get the value of the “orientation” key. We can do that like this:

orientation = data[“orientation”]

Here’s what the above code is doing:
1. We’re getting the value of the “orientation” key
2. We’re storing the value of the “orientation” key in a variable called “orientation”

Now, let’s say we want to change the value of the “orientation” key. We can do that like this:

data[“orientation”] = “landscape”

Here’s what the above code is doing:
1. We’re setting the value of the “orientation” key to “landscape”

Now, let’s say we want to delete the “resolution” key. We can do that like this:

del data[“resolution”]

Here’s what the above code is doing:
1. We’re deleting the “resolution” key

Now, let’s say we want to check if the “resolution” key exists. We can do that like this:

if “resolution” in data:
print(“The resolution key exists”)
else:
print(“The resolution key does not exist”)

Here’s what the above code is doing:
1. We’re checking if the “resolution” key exists
2. If the “resolution” key exists, we’re printing “The resolution key exists”
3. If the “resolution” key does not exist, we’re printing “The resolution key does not exist”

Now, let’s say we want to get the number of keys in the dictionary. We can do that like this:

number_of_keys = len(data)

Here’s what the above code is doing:
1. We’re getting the number of keys in the dictionary
2. We’re storing the number of keys in a variable called “number_of_keys”

Now, let’s say we want to loop through all the keys in the dictionary. We can do that like this:

for key in data:
print(key)

Here’s what the above code is doing:
1. We’re looping through all the keys in the dictionary
2. We’re printing each key

Now, let’s say we want to loop through all the values in the dictionary. We can do that like this:

for value in data.values():
print(value)

Here’s what the above code is doing:
1. We’re looping through all the values in the dictionary
2. We’re printing each value

Now, let’s say we want to loop through all the keys and values in the dictionary. We can do that like this:

for key, value in data.items():
print(key, value)

Here’s what the above code is doing:
1. We’re looping through all the keys and values in the dictionary
2. We’re printing each key and value

Now, let’s say we want to create a dictionary with multiple keys and values. We can do that like

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