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## Examining the Contents of the Map

Each entry in a Map consists of two parts: a unique key and its corresponding value. To find all the keys in a Map, use the `keys` method. To find all of the values, use the `values` method.

Create a new Map called `ticketMap` that maps airline ticket numbers to the holders of those tickets. Construct the Map with four key/value pairs:

```ticketMap = containers.Map(... {'2R175', 'B7398', 'A479GY', 'NZ1452'}, ... {'James Enright', 'Carl Haynes', 'Sarah Latham', ... 'Bradley Reid'}); ```

Use the `keys` method to display all keys in the Map. MATLAB® lists keys of type `char` in alphabetical order, and keys of any numeric type in numerical order:

```keys(ticketMap) ans = '2R175' 'A479GY' 'B7398' 'NZ1452'```

Next, display the values that are associated with those keys in the Map. The order of the values is determined by the order of the keys associated with them.

This table shows the keys listed in alphabetical order:

keysvalues
`2R175``James Enright`
`A479GY``Sarah Latham`
`B7398``Carl Haynes`
`NZ1452``Bradley Reid`

The `values` method uses the same ordering of values:

```values(ticketMap) ans = 'James Enright' 'Sarah Latham' 'Carl Haynes' 'Bradley Reid'```