How to use 'loop in dict python' in Python

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1634def visitDict(self, node):
1635 self.update_lineno(node)
1636 has_dstar = None in node.keys
1637 if not has_dstar:
1638 for k, v in zip(node.keys, node.values):
1639 self.visit(k)
1640 self.visit(v)
1641 self.emit('BUILD_MAP', len(node.keys))
1642 else:
1643 chunks = 0
1644 in_chunk = 0
1645
1646 def out_chunk():
1647 nonlocal chunks, in_chunk
1648 if in_chunk:
1649 self.emit('BUILD_MAP', in_chunk)
1650 chunks += 1
1651 in_chunk = 0
1652
1653 for k, v in zip(node.keys, node.values):
1654 if k is None:
1655 out_chunk()
1656 self.visit(v)
1657 chunks += 1
1658 else:
1659 self.visit(k)
1660 self.visit(v)
1661 in_chunk += 1
1662
1663 out_chunk()
1664 self.emit('BUILD_MAP_UNPACK', chunks)
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