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iOS Swift Collections and Control Flow Dictionaries in Swift Modifying a Dictionary

Michelle Harrison
Michelle Harrison
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Change Key

I think I know the answer to this question, but I just want to make sure.

Is there a way to change the Key in a dictionary? I know there's .updateValue(" ", forKey: " ") to change the Value of a Key, but is there something like that to keep the Value the same, but change the Key?

I know I can just nil the original Key and add a new one, but I'm wondering if there's a different way.

I guess there could be some type that you could use to change it on it, I don't really know, have you search it up?