My Review of Roku HD Player

Originally submitted at Roku

The new HD, with built-in wireless, delivers top value in high-definition streaming.

I love this as I use these kind newly

By Sumi from Herndon, VA on 1/12/2011


4out of 5

Pros: Video selection, Built in Wi-Fi, Saving money to watch TV, Easy to use, Easy to set up

Cons: No subtitles in movies, Want more video choices, No switch off

Best Uses: Primary TV, Living room

Describe Yourself: Netflix fan, Movie buff, Home entertainment enthusiast

I can’t say anything about this since I’m new user to use newly digital video player, but I love being used this but some of the channels are not coming properly I don’t know whether they are wrong with ROKU or their service.
2) If you provide subtitiles or closed captioning for Netflix kind videos, then I like it very much more.



Python: Changing the Dictionary Keys and values

Here is the post to update the Python’s Dictionary keys and values..

The following steps are for changing the Dictionary keys:

the logic is implemented in the following.

1) take the input of a dictionary which needs to modified the keys.

mainDict = {‘FSTN’:’sum’,’MIDL’:’k’,’ANAME’:’kuch’,’PSTA’:’A’,

2) create another dictionary which takes the keys as from the input dictionary (mainDict) keys and values as the what you wanted to replace keys.


3)create final dictionary and loop over the mainDict to replace the keys

changedDict = {}
for key, value in mainDict.items():
changedDict[keyMap[key]] = value


changedDict= dict((keyMap[key], value) for (key, value) in idDict.items())

The following steps are for changing/deleting the Dictionary values:

1)take the input of a dictionary which needs to modified the values.

mainDict = {‘FSTN’:’sum’,’MIDL’:’k’,’ANAME’:’kuch’,’PSTA’:’A’,

2)add, delete, and change values in that dictionary

mainDict[“ROOM”] = “HARRIS”
del mainDict[“MIDL”]
mainDict[“JOBC”] = “4321”

I’ll be adding more details about Dictionaries in other post.