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class multidict(MutableMapping):

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A dictionary-like object that is customized to deal with multiple values for the same key.

Each value in this dictionary will be a list. Methods which emulate the methods of a standard Python `dict` object will return or manipulate the first items of the lists only. Special methods are provided to deal with keys having multiple values.

Method __init__ Undocumented
Method __contains__ Returns whether there are any items associated to the given `key`.
Method __delitem__ Removes all the items associated to the given `key`.
Method __getitem__ Returns an arbitrary item associated to the given key. Raises ``KeyError`` if no such key exists.
Method __iter__ Iterates over the keys of the multidict.
Method __len__ Returns the number of distinct keys in this multidict.
Method __setitem__ Sets the item associated to the given `key`. Any values associated to the key will be erased and replaced by `value`.
Method add Adds `value` to the list of items associated to `key`.
Method clear Removes all the items from the multidict.
Method get Returns an arbitrary item associated to the given `key`. If `key` does not exist or has zero associated items, `default` will be returned.
Method getlist Returns the list of values for the given `key`. An empty list will be returned if there is no such key.
Method iterlists Iterates over ``(key, values)`` pairs where ``values`` is the list of values associated with ``key``.
Method lists Returns a list of ``(key, values)`` pairs where ``values`` is the list of values associated with ``key``.
Method update Undocumented
Instance Variable _dict Undocumented
def __init__(self, *args, **kwds):

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_dict =

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(type: dict)
def __contains__(self, key):

Returns whether there are any items associated to the given `key`.

def __delitem__(self, key):

Removes all the items associated to the given `key`.

def __getitem__(self, key):

Returns an arbitrary item associated to the given key. Raises ``KeyError`` if no such key exists.

Example:

>>> d = multidict([("spam", "eggs"), ("spam", "bacon")])
>>> d["spam"]
'eggs'
def __iter__(self):

Iterates over the keys of the multidict.

def __len__(self):

Returns the number of distinct keys in this multidict.

def __setitem__(self, key, value):

Sets the item associated to the given `key`. Any values associated to the key will be erased and replaced by `value`.

Example:

>>> d = multidict([("spam", "eggs"), ("spam", "bacon")])
>>> d["spam"] = "ham"
>>> d["spam"]
'ham'
def add(self, key, value):

Adds `value` to the list of items associated to `key`.

Example:

>>> d = multidict()
>>> d.add("spam", "ham")
>>> d["spam"]
'ham'
>>> d.add("spam", "eggs")
>>> d.getlist("spam")
['ham', 'eggs']
def clear(self):

Removes all the items from the multidict.

def get(self, key, default=None):

Returns an arbitrary item associated to the given `key`. If `key` does not exist or has zero associated items, `default` will be returned.

def getlist(self, key):

Returns the list of values for the given `key`. An empty list will be returned if there is no such key.

def iterlists(self):

Iterates over ``(key, values)`` pairs where ``values`` is the list of values associated with ``key``.

def lists(self):

Returns a list of ``(key, values)`` pairs where ``values`` is the list of values associated with ``key``.

def update(self, arg, **kwds):

Undocumented

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