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do_dictsort: update example ready to copy/paste #1209

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@mhansen mhansen commented May 16, 2020

When iterating over a dict you usually want to pull out the keys and values.

When iterating over a dict you usually want to pull out the keys and values.
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@mhansen mhansen commented May 16, 2020

Thanks for reviewing! Sorry I should have explained ‘why’ / my experience report: it’s because I wasn’t sure if Jinja would be default look over items, keys, or values. I assumed items, but then I wasn’t sure if accessing the key and value from items would be like in normal python ([0] or [1] I think? Or would it be .key and .value? Or is it just looping over keys, like in normal python if you say “for key in dict:”?

Anyway I searched for another example to show me how people are grabbing our keys and values and found this.

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