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values() returns a list of the dictionary's values
items() returns a list of (key, valuetuple pairs. 

dict1 = {'A':'1''B':'2' }
print dict1.keys()
print dict1.values()
print dict1.items()

for eachKey in dict1.keys():
   print 'dict1 key', eachKey, 'has value', dict1[eachKey]














8.17.keys
8.17.1.keys() returns a list of the dictionary's keys,
8.17.2.Retrieving dictionary key list
8.17.3.Retrieving dictionary value list
8.17.4.Get list of keys
8.17.5.Create subset of keys
8.17.6.Create new dictionary from subset of keys
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