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if i have a dictionary like this
{ric:24, ric1:46, ric2:23, mike:1, mike1:47}

and have a list that has 'ric' and 'mike'

how do i get all the values whose key contains 'ric' or 'mike'?

i want to ignore the last numbers

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dic = {ric:24, ric1:46, ric2:23, mike:1, mike1:47}
values = [v for k, v in dic.items() if 'ric' in k or 'mike' in k]
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dic = {ric:24, ric1:46, ric2:23, mike:1, mike1:47}
values = [v for k, v in dic.items() if 'ric' in k or 'mike' in k]
>>> d = {'ric':24, 'ric1':46, 'ric2':23, 'mike':1, 'mike1':47}
>>> l = ['ric', 'mike']
>>> for name in l:
...     if name in d:
...         print '{0} has a value of {1}'.format(name, d[name])
...         
ric has a value of 24
mike has a value of 1
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