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p5.js TypedDict print() Method

  • Last Updated : 27 Nov, 2020

The print() method of p5.TypedDict in p5.js is used to print out all the key-value pairs currently present in the dictionary to the console. A key-value pair is a set of two values that are mapped to each other. These values can be accessed by querying this dictionary using the key portion of the pair. A typed dictionary can store multiple key-value pairs that can be accessed using the methods of the dictionary.

Syntax: 

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print()

Parameters: This method does not accept any parameters.

The example below illustrates the print() method in p5.js:



Example:

Javascript




function setup() {
  createCanvas(550, 300);
  textSize(16);
  
  let stringDict = 
      createStringDict("Tokyo", "37.26 million");
  text("New string dictionary created " +
       "with one key", 20, 20);
  
  // Getting the current size of the dictionary
  let currSize = stringDict.size();
  print("Printing " + currSize +
        " key-value pair(s):");
  
  // Printing all the values to console
  stringDict.print();
  text("Dictionary keys printed to console",
       20, 60);
  
  let tmpObj = {
    "Delhi": "25.87 million",
    "Shanghai": "23.48 million",
    "Mexico City": "21.34 million"
  };
  
  // Add the given key to the dictionary
  // specifying the key and value as an object
  stringDict.create(tmpObj);
  text("New keys added to the dictionary",
       20, 100);
  
  // Getting the current size of the dictionary
  currSize = stringDict.size();
  print("Printing " + currSize +
        " key-value pair(s):");
  
  // Printing all the values to console
  stringDict.print();
  text("Dictionary keys printed to console",
       20, 140);
}

Output:

Online editor: https://editor.p5js.org/
Environment Setup: https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/p5-js-soundfile-object-installation-and-methods/
Reference: https://p5js.org/reference/#/p5.TypedDict/print




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