How to get all the keys with the same highest value?

numbers = {'a': 1, 'b': 4, 'c': 1, 'd':4 , 'e': 3}
mx_tuple = max(numbers.items(),key = lambda x:x[1]) #max function will return a (key,value) tuple of the maximum value from the dictionary
max_list =[i[0] for i in numbers.items() if i[1]==mx_tuple[1]] #my_tuple[1] indicates maximum dictionary items value


This code will work in O(n). O(n) in finding maximum value and O(n) in the list comprehension. So overall it will remain O(n).

Note : O(2n) is equivalent to O(n).

numbers = {'a': 1, 'b': 0, 'c': 1, 'd': 3, 'e': 3}
max_value = max(numbers.values())

[k for k,v in numbers.items() if v == max_value]


 ['e', 'd']

what it does is, loop over all entries via .items and then check if the value is the maximum and if so add the key to a list.