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time.codes('Your flight in...') for flight2 in your_list_of_flights: if time.codes(flight2['flight_type']) =='return': # do what you need break The solution that follows the comment from @Alex Martelli is a better way to do it. With that approach, we iterate through the list of flights, comparing their time codes and checking if a flight is returning or not. For example, let's say we have this list of flights: flights = [ {'flight_type':'return', 'date': '2019-03-20'}, {'flight_type':'return', 'date': '2019-03-27'}, {'flight_type':'return', 'date': '2019-03-30'}, {'flight_type':'return', 'date': '2019-04-04'}, {'flight_type':'return', 'date': '2019-04-07'}, {'flight_type':'return', 'date': '2019-04-10'}, ] Now, if we iterate through the list of flights, we will get: for flight in flights: if time.codes(flight['flight_type']) =='return': As a side note, if you plan to go with this approach, it is a good idea to modify your list of flights to be an OrderedDict because of the order that the list elements will be evaluated. Q: Is there a way to make the standard calculator appear when I hit shift + #? I currently have the # button bound to show the calculator, but I was hoping to have the standard one appear (no need for the Scientific mode). How can I do this? A: "I was hoping to have the standard one appear (no need for the Scientific mode)." This is the default behavior. If you want the scientific calculator, just hit C-x (1) C-f C-x and the magic

 

 

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