Pulling A Username From A Dict
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.
It should be either
t.get('user').get('screen_name')did the trick. Thanks.