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How to convert counter object to a list of pairs in Python

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from collections import Counter

c = Counter(a=2, b=0, c=9, d=5, e=-3)

list_pairs = c.items()

print(list_pairs)


'''
run:
 
dict_items([('c', 9), ('d', 5), ('a', 2), ('b', 0), ('e', -3)])

'''

 




answered Nov 6 by avibootz
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from collections import Counter

c = Counter(a=2, b=0, c=9, d=5, e=-3)

list_pairs = c.items()

for item in list_pairs:
    print(item[0], ":", item[1])


'''
run:
 
b : 0
e : -3
d : 5
a : 2
c : 9

'''

 




answered Nov 6 by avibootz
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