Dictionaries are data structures in which (since Python 3.6) key-value pairs are stored in order of insertion. Write a one-line Python statement returning a list of (key, value) pairs sorted by the keys themselves. Assume that all keys have the same data type (why is this important?) Repeat the exercise to produce a list ordered by dictionary values.
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