[SOLVED] Matching 2 different lists with highest values in Python


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Array_student = [Joe, Peter, Andy, Tom, Pat]

Array_marks = [14, 9, 6, 8, 12]

Find the highest marks in the array and print the name of the student with the highest marks.

Without using any function such as max().


You should use {} dict where the student name will be the key and the marks will be the value and then use sorting and take the first item of the new list

data = {'joe':14, 'Peter': 9, 'Andy': 6, 'Tom' : 8, 'Pat' : 12}
sort_data = sorted(data.items(), key=lambda x: x[1], reverse=True)
next(iter(sort_data)) # outputs 'Peter'

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