Ansible Lists & Dicts Overview

Reference: Ansible

All members of a list are lines beginning at the same indentation level starting with a  (a dash and a space):

A dictionary is represented in a simple key: value  form (the colon must be followed by a space):

More complicated data structures are possible, such as lists of dictionaries, dictionaries whose values are lists or a mix of both:

Dictionaries and lists can also be represented in an abbreviated form if you really want to:

Additional Example

Reference: OzNetNerd.com

The below example can was taken from the selectattr( )  page:

Knowledge Base

See the Ansible section of my Knowledge Base for more information.

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