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Combine two lists into a dictionary in Python

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Combines two lists into a dictionary, where the elements of the first one serve as the keys and the elements of the second one serve as the values.

print(dict(zip(['name','age','sex'],['Anand','26','M'])))

#{'age': '26', 'name': 'Anand', 'sex': 'M'}

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