YAML Ain’t Markup Language
I am studying for my Cisco CCNA. As a self-taught Python programmer and currently learning about SDN, I read about ‘YAML’ in an O’Reilly book I recently picked up, “Network Programmability and Automation”, and how Ansible uses YAML in its playbooks (modules). By the way, I am also doing a “Ansible” deep-dive boot-camp at home too! So, I was working in my Jupyter notebook today and decided to switch things up and further my learning in YAML. If you are wanting to get to know a data serialization language, then YAML is it. Using Jupyter notebooks, all I had to do to get the YAML package was run the following statement: IN 
import yaml , and I was off to work. Sweat! No pip, sudo, yum, wget or, clone.
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So break it out and enter this dict:
Then in jupyter enter this:
Look at the output. Now enter the statement below. (Also try taking out the default parameter and view the output once again.) YAML is a great tool!
print(yaml.dump( data, default_flow_style=False))