Back when I used to work as a QA engineer and when I first got into Python (around 7 years ago), one of the key concepts I learned to use was dict() in Python. You might wonder what is dict()in Python and what are the main features of a dictionary in Python? Let’s discuss the answer to these questions in great detail below. 

What Is dict() In Python?

In Python, the dict() function is used to create a dictionary.

A dictionary is a collection of key-value pairs, where each key is associated with a value.

This function takes in a sequence of items and returns a dictionary with the items in the sequence as keys and values.

For example, you could use the dict() function to create a dictionary like this:

my_dict = dict(
        ('key1', 'value1'),
        ('key2', 'value2')
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