8 examples of 'pretty print dictionary python' in Python

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25def pprint(d, indent=0):
26 for key, value in d.items():
27 print('\t' * indent + str(key))
28 if isinstance(value, dict):
29 pretty(value, indent+1)
30 else:
31 print('\t' * (indent+1) + str(value))
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7def print_dict(d, indent=0, skip=list()):
8 for k, v in d.iteritems():
9 if k in skip:
10 continue
11 if type(v) == dict:
12 print("{0}{1:15s}:".format(' ' * indent, k))
13 print_dict(v, indent + 4, skip)
14 else:
15 print("{0}{1:15s}: {2}".format(' '*indent, k, v))
30def pretty_print_dict(dictionary):
31 """Generates a pretty-print formatted version of the input JSON.
32
33 Args:
34 dictionary (str): the JSON string to format.
35
36 Returns:
37 str: pretty-print formatted string.
38 """
39 return json.dumps(ascii_encode_dict(dictionary), indent=2, sort_keys=True)
18def displayDict(d):
19 if "__loader__" in d:
20 d = dict(d)
21 d["__loader__"] = "<__loader__ removed>"
22
23 if "__file__" in d:
24 d = dict(d)
25 d["__file__"] = "<__file__ removed>"
26
27 # Avoid recursion that we don't offer for classes.
28 if "__locals__" in d:
29 d = dict(d)
30 del d["__locals__"]
31
32 import pprint
33
34 return pprint.pformat(d)
23def print_dict(d):
24 d = d.items()
25 d.sort()
26 print '{%s}' % (', '.join(
27 [('%r: %r' % (k, v)) for (k, v) in d]
53def _repr_dict(d):
54 results = []
55 for k, v in d.iteritems():
56 assert isinstance(k, str)
57 assert isinstance(v, BaseBox)
58 results.append("%s: %s" % (k, v.__str__()))
59
60 return "{" + ", ".join(results) + "}"
9def printd(dictionary): # print dictionary
10 for tag in dictionary.keys():
11 print('%40s: %s' % (tag, dictionary[tag]))
130def prep_dict(dictionary):
131 if sort_keys:
132 return sorted(dictionary.items(), key=lambda x: x[0])
133 else:
134 return dictionary.items()

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