How to use 'python add to dictionary' in Python

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615def addDict(base_dict,new_dict):
616 for k in new_dict.keys():
617 new_el=new_dict[k]
618 if not base_dict.has_key(k):
619 # nothing there?, just copy
620 base_dict[k]=new_el
621 else:
622 if type(new_el)==type({}): #another dictionary, recourse
623 addDict(base_dict[k],new_el)
624 else:
625 base_dict[k]+=new_el
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68def update(self, dictionary=None):
69 if dictionary is not None:
70 for k, v in dictionary.items():
71 self.data[k] = v

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