Dictionary keys() Method

In Python the Dictionary keys() method is used to return a view object that displays a list of all the keys in the given dictionary.

Syntax:
┬áThe Dictionary key() method doesn’t take any Parameters.
Example:
# dictionary method

STUDENT = {'Name': 'Phillip', 'Class': '10'}
print(STUDENT.keys())
element = STUDENT.pop('Name')
empty_dict = {}
print(empty_dict.keys())