Nested Dictionaries - UIPath Data Manipulation Practice -RPA Developer Certification

The below nested dictionary practice is found in the in UIpath Academy Data Manipualtion practices.

Name_CityWeight_Dict =New Dictionary(Of String, Dictionary(Of String, Double)) From {
{“John C”, New Dictionary( Of String, Double) From {{“Madrid”,2.1},{“Paris”,1.1}} },
{“Sarah C”, New Dictionary( Of String, Double) From {{“New York”,2.1},{“Paris”,3.3},{“Berlin”, 0.8}} },
{“Kyle R”, New Dictionary( Of String, Double) From {{“San Francisco”,2.8},{“New York”,1.1}} },
{“Johnny B”, New Dictionary( Of String, Double) From {{“New York”,2.1},{“Paris”,3.3}, {“Cairo”,1.3}, {“Chicago”,1.9}} }

Now, to dispaly the dictionary as such,

For each PersonName in Name_CityWeight_Dict

      WriteLine (PersonName.key) //gives the names as John C,Sarah C

     For each city in PersonName.Value

            WriteLine (" DICTIONARY ( "  + PersonName.Key + "): is " +  " (CITY NAME : " +                                           City.Key.ToString + " ,  WEIGHT:  " + City.Value.ToString + "  )"



DICTIONARY ( John C): is (CITY NAME : Madrid , WEIGHT: 2.1 )

DICTIONARY ( John C): is (CITY NAME : Paris , WEIGHT: 1.1 )


DICTIONARY ( Sarah C): is (CITY NAME : New York , WEIGHT: 2.1 )

DICTIONARY ( Sarah C): is (CITY NAME : Paris , WEIGHT: 3.3 )

DICTIONARY ( Sarah C): is (CITY NAME : Berlin , WEIGHT: 0.8 )

and it goes on .

My question here is ;

How to get the (Cityname,weight) ie.“Madrid”,2.1, “Paris”,1.1 without using iteration of another for each?

is there something like , WriteLine (PersonName.Value.Tokeyvaue()) ??what is the use of Tokeyvaue()?

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