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# Looping through key-value pairs in a dictionary in Python

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We can loop through a dictionary using a combination of for loops and the `items(~)` method.

NOTE

The `items(~)` method simply returns a list of tuples that contain each key-value pair, which we are then able to loop through using a `for` loop.

# Example

Consider the dictionary below:

``` d1 = {"A": 1, "B": 2, "C": 3} ```

To loop through the key-value pairs:

``` for key, value in d1.items(): print("Key:", key) print("Value:", value) print('\n') Key: AValue: 1Key: BValue: 2Key: CValue: 3 ```

The `key`, `value` in the above example are temporary variables being used, hence they can be named however you like and they would still serve their purpose.

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