How to use a dot "." to access members of dictionary?

How do I make Python dictionary members accessible via a dot “.”?

For example, instead of writing mydict['val'], I’d like to write mydict.val.

Also I’d like to access nested dicts this way. For example, mydict.mydict2.val would refer to mydict = { 'mydict2': { 'val': ... } }.

Thanks, Boda Cydo.

How to use a dot "." to access members of dictionary?