Fix Python – How can I get dictionary key as variable directly in Python (not by searching from value)?

Sorry for this basic question but my searches on this are not turning up anything other than how to get a dictionary’s key based on its value which I would prefer not to use as I simply want the text/name of the key and am worried that searching by value may end up returning 2 or more keys if the dictionary has a lot of entries… what I am trying….

Fix Python – How to print a dictionary’s key?

I would like to print a specific Python dictionary key:
mydic = {}
mydic[‘key_name’] = ‘value_name’

Now I can check if mydic.has_key(‘key_name’), but what I would like to do is print the name of the key ‘key_name’. Of course I could use mydic.items(), but I don’t want all the keys listed, merely one specific key. For instance I’d expect something….