MultiValueDictKeyError arises when you try to access the non-existent key in the
For example: when accessing a non-existing key in the
MultiValueDictin django is a subclass of dictionay data structure that is customized to handle multiple values for the same key.
There are two quick solutions to this error.
Check if Key Exists Before Accessing
in operator to check whether the dictionary object has the particular key or not.
if 'key' in request.POST: vaule = request.POST['key']
Use the get() Method with a Default Value
dict.get('key', 'default') method by providing the default value. This default value will be returned if the specificed
key does not exist in the
value = request.POST.get('key', None)
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value = request.POST.get(‘key’, None) while using this in my code it worked , but can we pass a variable instead of None.