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Language: Enterprise
Expertise: Beginner
Sep 19, 2019

Merge Two Dictionaries in Python

The Dictionary class in Python provide an update() function that allows you to merge two dictionaries.

For example:

employeeScore = { 'Emp1':100, 'Emp2':98, 'Emp3':96}
employee2019Score= { 'Emp1':101, 'Emp2':104}

To merge, just use:

employeeScore.update(employee2019Score)

The contents of the employeeScore dictionary would be:

employeeScore = { 'Emp1':101, 'Emp2':104, 'Emp3':96}
Srinath M S
 
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