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Basic dictionary schema checker

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Basic Python based tool to check schema of two dictionaries

Does it check values?


Does it work if one of the keys is a dictionary itself?

It checks for nested dictionaries. So, yes.

What Python version is it based on?

Python 3.7



How to use?

  1. Import from schematch import match

  2. Prepare input

    dicOne = {"name":"Sumit", "likes": "sleeping"} dicTwo = {"name":"Shekhar", "likes": "guys"}

  3. Invoke method are_schemas_same = match.are_keys_same_in_dictionary(dicOne, dicTwo)

  4. Output (True, '')

The output is a tuple with a boolean and a string. The boolean determines if the schemas match and the string is the error message (if any)

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