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    Which line of code should replace '# Replace this line' in the following code snippet to get the result: P-y-t-h-o-n!
    w = 'Python'
    d = {'sep':'-', 'end':'!'}
    # Replace this line
     print(w, d)
     print(*w, *d)
     print(*w, **d)
     print(**w, **d)
    In python, asterisk operator (*) is also used for unpacking. When used with a string, each character in the string becomes a separate object. With the double-asterisk operator (**), you unpack the dicttionary. Here we are passing the contents of the dictionary as arguments for the print function.

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