A dictionary that always finds what it's looking for.
Are you tired of those pesky KeyError exceptions popping up in your programs? Do you need certain keys planted in your dictionaries? Do you just want to get away with it all?
Inspired by Manitowoc County Sheriff’s Lieutenant James Lenk, Lenk is a dictionary-like class that plants values for any key you want to look for. It comes with one key planted by default.
pip install lenk
You use Lenk just like any other dictionary.
>>> from lenk import Lenk >>> evidence = Lenk() >>> evidence["Toyota Rav4"] True >>> evidence["something else"] 'k16uxjcu9wglu25v2kl0'
See? It found that Toyota Rav4 key no problem! It also finds any other key you’d want to look for.
Manitowoc County Sheriff’s Lieutenant James Lenk is a bad person.
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