How to check if at least one key in dictionary exists as a value in another dictionary in Python?

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I am creating a function that accepts a dictionary1 and checks if any of the keys exists as a value dictionary2.

I have tried using the dictionary2.isdisjoint(dictionary1) but this is effective for only checking keys-keys.

How can I check key to value in Python?

 


Not sure if this is really a big enough task to put into a separate function, but anyway, here's an example using the any() keyword:

if any(k in d2.values() for k in d1.keys()):     # do stuff 

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