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Writing CSV files


Very good! You may have noticed that DictWriter doesn't insert a header row by default. You have to add it manually by invoking the writeheader() method:

data_to_save = [
  {'Author':'John Smith',    'Title':'Keep holding on',         'Pages':'326'},
  {'Author':'Erica Coleman', 'Title':'The beauty is the beast', 'Pages':'274'}
with open('books.csv', mode='w', newline='') as csv_file:
  csv_writer = csv.DictWriter(csv_file, fieldnames=['Author','Title','Pages'])
  for row in data_to_save:

The header row should be inserted on the first line of a CSV file, so we invoked csv_writer.writeheader() before the for loop. This does things automatically for us, taking the list we specified in the fieldnames argument and writing it into the file.


Create a file named capitals.csv, and populate it with the data provided in the template. Add a header row on the first line.

Stuck? Here's a hint!

Use the code from the explanation.