How do I print the key-value pairs of a dictionary in python

I want to output my key value pairs from a python dictionary as such:

    key1 \t value1
    key2 \t value2

I thought I could maybe do it like this:

    for i in d:
        print d.keys(i), d.values(i)

but obviously that's not how it goes as the keys() and values() don't take an argument.

Your existing code just needs a little tweak. i is the key, so you would just need to use it:

    for i in d:
        print i, d[i]

You can also get an iterator that contains both keys and values. In Python 2, d.items() returns a list of (key, value) tuples, while d.iteritems() returns an iterator that provides the same:

    for k, v in d.iteritems():
        print k, v

In Python 3, d.items() returns the iterator; to get a list, you need to pass the iterator to list() yourself.

    for k, v in d.items():
        print(k, v)

From: stackoverflow.com/q/26660654

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