[ python ] collections.defaultdict

>>> import collections
>>> row={}; row = collections.defaultdict(str, row)
>>> row['x']
''

Usually, a Python dictionary throws a KeyError if you try to get an item with a key that is not currently in the dictionary.

ref : https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5900578/how-does-collections-defaultdict-work

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