Dictionary n: n*n, n+1: n+1*n+1

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Having trouble creating a dictionary that loops in term of n:n*n, n+1: n+1*n+1, and so on. It has to contain numbers between 1 and 10 in this form.

d = dict () for n in range (1,10): dict[n*n] 

I cannot print the expected output. I have tried with {} as well to make it cleaner with no success (n:n*n, n+1: n+1*n+1,...).

I want to then be able to switch it up and learn how to use the different variables.

Thank you!

 


You can use dict comprehension I guess:

{ n: n*n for n in range(10) } 

It works like list comprehension but the result is a dict.

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