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Python Dictionary values() Method

Python values() method is used to collect all the values from a dictionary. It does not take any parameter and returns a dictionary of values. It returns an empty dictionary if the dictionary has no value. The syntax and examples of this method are given below.

Signature

Parameters

No Parameter

Return

It returns a dictionary of values.

Let?s see some examples of values() method to understand it?s functionality.

Python Dictionary values() Method Example 1

It is a simple example which returns all the values from the dictionary. An example is given below.

Output:

Stock available {'Fan': 200, 'Bulb': 150, 'Led': 1000}

Python Dictionary values() Method Example 2

If the dictionary is already empty, this method also returns an empty dictionary except any error or exception. See an example below.

Output:

Stock available {}

Python Dictionary values() Method Example 3

This example uses various methods to get information about dictionary such as length, keys etc.

Output:

Total number of values: 3
All the Keys: dict_keys(['Fan', 'Bulb', 'Led'])
Items: {'Fan': 200, 'Bulb': 150, 'Led': 1000}
Deleted items: ('Led', 1000)
Stock available {'Fan': 200, 'Bulb': 150}

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