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Old 03-12-2019
A quick help on python dict

Hi Team,
I'm new to python and working on a project.
I have an API call which returns a dict(got the dict.values() and converted to list) as shown below:

dict_values([OffsetAndMetadata(offset=66, metadata=''), OffsetAndMetadata(offset=107, metadata=''), OffsetAndMetadata(offset=189, metadata='')])

Any clue, how can I get only offset values, in deed I need a sum of those. I can write a "shell sed command" inside python and using os.command can get the work done, but looking for a cleaner python solution/hint.
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Old 03-12-2019

Managed to find a solution within python. Can be closed.

for item in dict.values():

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Old 03-12-2019
Thanks for sharing and pleased you found by yourself a suitable solution

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