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I want to create a dictionary from the input of [key, value] pairs separated by a space using just one Python statement. I have executed the below code:


n = 3

d = [ map(str,raw_input().split()) for x in range(n)]

print d

The output that I am getting: 

A1023 CRT

A1029 Regulator

A1030 Therm

My desired Output:

{'A1023': 'CRT', 'A1029': 'Regulator', 'A1030': 'Therm'}

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In your case, it is better to use str.splitines() and str.split(), kindly refer to the below code:

In [126]: strs="""A1023 CRT

   .....: A1029 Regulator

   .....: A1030 Therm"""

In [127]: dict(x.split() for x in strs.splitlines())

Out[127]: {'A1023': 'CRT', 'A1029': 'Regulator', 'A1030': 'Therm'}

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