Python List is an ordered collection and we can access the elements using index (position of the element in the element).
Python Dictionary is un-ordered. The elements in the dictionary are not stored in a sequence.
Initialize a List in Python
To initialize a list in Python, we have to assign comma separated elements in squared brackets to a variable.
Access elements of List
To access elements of a list in Python, use index.
index starts with 0.
aList fetches first element of the list and
aList fetches 6th element in the list.
To create a python dictionary, assign a variable with comma separated key:value pairs enclosed in curly braces.
In the following example, we create a dictionary with some initial key:value pairs.
Access Specific Key:Value Pair
To access a specific key:value pair in a dictionary, use key as index on the dictionary.
Iterate through key:value pairs of Python Dictionary
To iterate through all key:value pairs of a Python Dictionary, you can use for loop as shown below.