Handling Missing Keys With the Python defaultdict Type
defaultdict type behaves almost exactly like a regular Python dictionary, but if you try to access or modify a missing key, then
defaultdict will automatically create the key and generate a default value for it. This makes
defaultdict a valuable option for handling missing keys in dictionaries.
In this course, you’ll learn:
- How to use the Python
defaultdicttype for handling missing keys in a dictionary
- When and why to use a Python
defaultdictrather than a regular
- How to use a
defaultdictfor grouping, counting, and accumulating operations
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