Pulling A Username From A Dict
techteej last edited by techteej
So I know this is pretty basic, but haven't found anything to really help me and I've exhausted my options to either get an error or a None return.
As you can see here, the attribute
screen_nameis inside of the attribute
userwhich could easily be called by using
['user']['screen_name']except in my instance below:
# coding: utf-8 import twitter all_accounts = twitter.get_all_accounts() if len(all_accounts) >= 1: account = all_accounts tweets = twitter.get_home_timeline(account) for t in tweets: print t.get('text') print t.get(['user']['screen_name']) print '=' * 40 else: print 'You don\'t have any Twitter accounts (or haven\'t given permission to access them).'
Any help is appreciated.
omz last edited by
It should be either
techteej last edited by
t.get('user').get('screen_name')did the trick. Thanks.