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13 Category:SolidWorksQ: Avoid TypeError: unhashable type: 'list' I have some code that takes a list of dicts and flattens them. The following code works fine: def flatten_dicts(l): for d in l: for k, v in d.items(): yield k, v lst = [{'key1': 'value1'}, {'key2': [{'sub_key1':'sub_value1'}, {'sub_key2': [{'sub_sub_key1':'sub_sub_value1'}, {'sub_sub_key2':'sub_sub_value2'}]}]}, {'key3': 'value3'}] for k, v in flatten_dicts(lst): print(k, v) However I'd like to be able to check the value of each item in the list. The following code throws a TypeError: unhashable type: 'list' def flatten_dicts(l): for d in l: for k, v in d.items(): if v is not list: yield k, v lst = [{'key1': 'value1'}, {'key2': [{'sub_key1':'sub_value1'}, {'sub_key2': [{'sub_sub_key1':'sub_sub_value1'}, {'sub_sub_key2':'sub_sub_value2'}]}]}, {'key3': 'value3'}] for k, v in flatten_dicts(lst): print(k, v) Is there a way to make flatten_dicts work with lists or is this an inherent problem with trying to do something like that? A: The problem is that you don't care about the keys and the values, only about lists, which is the dict.items()









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