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iOS Object-Oriented Objective-C Getting Oriented - Object-Oriented, That Is Review NSDictionaries and NSMutableDictionaries

Carlos Salame
Carlos Salame
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 11,989 Points

Create an NSString variable called 'favoriteArtist' and assign it the value found for the key 'Artist', in the 'artDict'


NSDictionary * artDict= @{
                           @"Artist": @"Dali",
                           @"Title":@"The Ship",
                           @"Medium":@ "Oil Paint"};

  NSString * favoriteArtist = [artDict valueForKey: @"Artist"];

2 Answers

William Li
William Li
Courses Plus Student 26,868 Points

Hi Carlos, try leave no space char between * and the String variable name.

NSString *favoriteArtist = [artDict valueForKey: @"Artist"];