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[Solved] KeyError when accessing a dictionary key - What's the issue?

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I'm working with a Python dictionary, and suddenly I'm getting a "KeyError: 'key_name' not found." I'm sure the key is there. Why is Python complaining?

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The "KeyError" indicates that the specified key is not present in the dictionary. Ensure the key exists before accessing it using

 if 'key_name' in my_dict:

 or use the `get` method:

my_dict.get('key_name', 'default_value')

 to avoid the error.

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