The Dict class provides a simple string-to-object dictionary.
It is optimized for simplicity, and for extremely fast lookups when the number of items can be estimated in advance. Its other facilities are somewhat primitive. There is no iterator, for example, and no way to remove an object from the dictionary.
Creates an empty dictionary.
Returns true if an object identified by s exists in the dictionary, and false otherwise.
Looks for the object identified by s in the dictionary, and returns a pointer to it (or 0 if no such object was found).
Inserts the object r into the dictionary, identified by the string s.
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