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Easier way of accessing & assigning information in a nested dictionary.

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Access nested content easily.

k = NestedDict({‘a’: {‘b’: {‘c’: 123}}, ‘d’: {‘e’: 456}})

assert k[‘a’][‘b’][‘c’] == 123 assert k[‘b’][‘c’] == 123 assert k[‘c’] == 123

assert k[[‘a’, ‘b’, ‘c’]] == 123 assert k[[‘b’, ‘c’]] == 123 assert k[[‘c’]] == 123

assert k[‘a/b/c’] == 123 assert k[‘b/c’] == 123

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