Good job! As you can see, the result is not very readable; it's shown all on one line. Let's parameterize it, which is a way of making it print more legibly.
First of all, we can use the
indent option to format the displayed result, like this:
print(json.dumps(data, indent = 4))
indent parameter allows us to format the JSON array elements and object members in a more organized manner.
A positive integer
indent indent represents the number of spaces per level that should be used to indent the content. An
indent level of
0 or negative will only insert newlines.
None (the default) selects the most compact representation.
Let's have a look at the result.