Exercise 39: Dictionaries, Oh Lovely Dictionaries
You are now going to learn about the Dictionary data structure in Python. A Dictionary (or "dict") is a way to store data just like a list, but instead of using only numbers to get the data, you can use almost anything. This lets you treat a dict like it's a database for storing and organizing data.
Let's compare what dicts can do to what lists can do. You see, a list lets you do this: