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Ordered value getter from Dictionary type value.

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Ordered value getter from Dictionary type value.


Python 2.7 upper and 3.x

From a dictionary type, this can acquire a value in order of a methodical keys.


pip install OrderedFormat



import OrderedFormat.formatter as odf

yml_txt_data = """
  name: John
  age: 22

yml_key_txt = """
- name
- age
- name

ordered_keys = odf.load_ordered_keys(None, raw_txt=yml_key_txt, load_type="yaml")
ordered_data = odf.kflatten(yml_txt_data, ordered_keys, load_type="yaml")

# ordered_data = ("John", "John", 22, "John")

Currentry, kflatten method return flat tuple value.

When you load keys value or dict value (json/yaml file type), you can use two method.

Using Load File Data

ordered_keys = odf.load_ordered_keys("<keys_file.json | keys_file.yaml>")
dict_data = odf.load_dict_val("<dict_file.json | dict_file.yaml>")

odf.kflatten(dict_data, ordered_keys)

Available extension is “.yaml” , “.yml” and “json”.

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