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Ken Okiebisu9,673 Points
Concatenation not working for dictionaries?
I am wanting to add Rocky Road to the dictionary of iceCream flavors. var iceCream = ["CC": "Chocolate Chip", "AP": "Apple Pie", "PB": "Peanut Butter"] iceCream = iceCream + ["RR": "Rocky Road"]
I tried doing this and it is not working. Does this mean that concatenation does not work for dictionaries but work for arrays?
Jonathan Hector5,225 Points
Try doing the following and see what you get
iceCream ["RR"] =["Rocky Road"] // OR iceCream.append("RR" : "Rocky Road")