Exercise: Dictionary: Errors?

In the interactive interpreter, create a dictionary like so:

>>> d = {
...     'one': 1,
...     'two': 2,
... }
>>> d['one']
1

What happens if you access a non-existent key?

>>> d['three']

Dependencies

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