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I am relatively new to coding, but I am using fiona within python and would like to print the coordinates that make up the points of the polygon to later add to a separate list. However I am having a hard time printing just the coordinates, I do not wish to print the id, type, properties etc... My current code prints the points as well as the type, I would like it to print without the type. Is there a simple way to do this?

output_polygons = []  
with fiona.open(input_shp) as polygons:  
    for polygon in polygons:  
        polygon['geometry']['coordinates'][0]  
        output_polygons.append(polygon)  
        pprint.pprint(polygon['geometry'])  
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Try print polygon['geometry']['coordinates'] instead of pprint.pprint(polygon['geometry'])

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