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iOS Swift Collections and Control Flow Dictionaries in Swift Working With Dictionaries

jonathan Appiah Bannor
jonathan Appiah Bannor
444 Points

can you help

need some help in task 3. please

dictionary.swift
// IceCream 

var iceCream = ["CC": "Chocolate Chip",
                 "AP": "Apple Pie",
                 "PB": "Peanut Butter"]
iceCream["RR"] = "Rocky Road"
removeValue["AP"] = "Apple Pie"
let applePie = iceCream["AP"]          

1 Answer

Jennifer Nordell
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Jennifer Nordell
Treehouse Teacher

Hi there! You're doing pretty well here, I think. The removeValue that you have is syntactically incorrect, but above and beyond that, it's absolutely unnecessary. The challenge does not ask us to remove the key and value for "AP" but rather just assign that value to the constant applePie which you did like a pro!

Just erase the line with removeValue["AP"] = "Apple Pie" and your code passes task 3!

Hope this helps! :sparkles: