read_csv.py - for(header value in zip(headers,line#go...

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def read_csv(fileName): with open(fileName) as csv: headers = csv.readline() headers = headers.split(',') #intialize all headers to map to empty lists csv_dict = {} for header in headers: csv_dict[header] = [] for line in csv: #read in the lines line = line.split(',') #break up by commas
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Unformatted text preview: for (header, value) in zip(headers,line): #go through each element in the line #adding it to the appropriate list csv_dict[header].append(value) return csv_dict print(read_csv('Foods.csv'))...
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