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# Python dictionary with keys having multiple inputs

• Difficulty Level : Easy
• Last Updated : 22 Sep, 2021

Prerequisite: Python-Dictionary

How to create a dictionary where a key is formed using inputs?
Let us consider an example where have an equation for three input variables, x, y, and z. We want to store values of equation for different input triplets.

Example 1:

## Python3

 `# Python code to demonstrate a dictionary` `# with multiple inputs in a key.` `import` `random as rn`   `# creating an empty dictionary` `dict` `=` `{}`   `# Insert first triplet in dictionary` `x, y, z ``=` `10``, ``20``, ``30` `dict``[x, y, z] ``=` `x ``+` `y ``-` `z;`   `# Insert second triplet in dictionary` `x, y, z ``=` `5``, ``2``, ``4` `dict``[x, y, z] ``=` `x ``+` `y ``-` `z;`   `# print the dictionary` `print``(``dict``)`

Let us consider a dictionary where longitude and latitude are the keys and the place to which they belong to is the value.

## Python3

 `# dictionary containing longitude and latitude of places` `places ``=` `{(``"19.07'53.2"``, ``"72.54'51.0"``):``"Mumbai"``, \` `          ``(``"28.33'34.1"``, ``"77.06'16.6"``):``"Delhi"``}`   `print``(places)` `print``(``'\n'``)`   `# Traversing dictionary with multi-keys and creating` `# different lists from it` `lat ``=` `[]` `long` `=` `[]` `plc ``=` `[]` `for` `i ``in` `places:` `    ``lat.append(i[``0``])` `    ``long``.append(i[``1``])` `    ``plc.append(places[i[``0``], i[``1``]])`   `print``(lat)` `print``(``long``)` `print``(plc)`

Now that the keys(latitude, longitude) and values(place) are stored in a list, we can access it easily.

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