Name

.values()

Examples

element_names = {'H': 'hydrogen', 'He': 'helium', 'Li': 'lithium'}
element_values = element_names.values()
print(element_values) # Prints ['lithium', 'hydrogen', 'helium']

# Check to see if a given value is in the dictionary
if 'hydrogen' in element_names.values():
	print("found hydrogen!")

Description Returns a list of all values in the dictionary (without reference to their keys).

Note that because of the nature of the dictionary data structure, the return value of values() will be in arbitrary order.
Syntax
	dict.values()
Parameters
dictThe dictionary whose values will be returned.
Related Dictionary
.keys()
Updated on Tue Jul 11 06:52:23 2017.
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