Python Dictionary Clear: How to Remove Dictionary Element

Python dictionary clear() is an inbuilt function that removes all items from the dictionary. It takes no parameter. The clear() method doesn’t return any value. If you are new to Python Dictionary, then check out this  article. Dictionary is the collection that is unordered, changeable and indexed. Python Dictionary clear() method

Python Dictionary Clear Example

The syntax of the clear() method is the following.

dictionary.clear()

Let us see the example.

## app.py

appDict = { 
    'shopping': 'flipkart',
    'transport': 'ola',
    'banking': 'paytm',
    'hotel': 'oyo rooms'
 }
print(appDict)
appDict.clear()
print(appDict)

In the above example, we have created a Python Dictionary and then clear all its items. See the below output.

Python Dictionary Clear Example | clear() Method Tutorial

You can also remove all elements from the dictionary by assigning an empty dictionary {}.

## app.py

appDict = { 
    'shopping': 'flipkart',
    'transport': 'ola',
    'banking': 'paytm',
    'hotel': 'oyo rooms'
 }
print(appDict)
appDict = {}
print(appDict)

We have assigned the empty dictionary.

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Accessing, editing and looping through dictionary items

Dictionaries in Python are a collection of key-value pairs — meaning every item in the dictionary has a key and an associated value.

If we want to write down prices of some items in a grocery store, normally we will note them on a piece of paper like this:

eggs - 4.99
banana - 1.49
cheese- 4.5
eggplant - 2.5
bread - 3.99

In Python dictionary lingo, the name of each item is “key” and the associated price is “value” and they appear in pairs. We can represent the same in a Python dictionary data structure as follows:

{"eggs": 4.99,
"banana": 1.49,
"cheese": 4.5,
"eggplant": 2.5,
"bread": 3.99}

Notice the differences. In the dictionary

  • each key is within quotation marks because they are strings
  • the associated values are not quoted because they are numeric
  • keys and values are separated by a colon (:)
  • the items are comma-separated

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Intro

In many situations you may find yourself having duplicates files on your disk and but when it comes to tracking and checking them manually it can tedious.

Heres a solution

Instead of tracking throughout your disk to see if there is a duplicate, you can automate the process using coding, by writing a program to recursively track through the disk and remove all the found duplicates and that’s what this article is about.

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Python Dictionary Clear: How to Remove Dictionary Element

Python dictionary clear() is an inbuilt function that removes all items from the dictionary. It takes no parameter. The clear() method doesn’t return any value. If you are new to Python Dictionary, then check out this  article. Dictionary is the collection that is unordered, changeable and indexed. Python Dictionary clear() method

Python Dictionary Clear Example

The syntax of the clear() method is the following.

dictionary.clear()

Let us see the example.

## app.py

appDict = { 
    'shopping': 'flipkart',
    'transport': 'ola',
    'banking': 'paytm',
    'hotel': 'oyo rooms'
 }
print(appDict)
appDict.clear()
print(appDict)

In the above example, we have created a Python Dictionary and then clear all its items. See the below output.

Python Dictionary Clear Example | clear() Method Tutorial

You can also remove all elements from the dictionary by assigning an empty dictionary {}.

## app.py

appDict = { 
    'shopping': 'flipkart',
    'transport': 'ola',
    'banking': 'paytm',
    'hotel': 'oyo rooms'
 }
print(appDict)
appDict = {}
print(appDict)

We have assigned the empty dictionary.

#python #python dictionary clear