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

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 26,865 Points

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

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

Hey William, finally passed it thanks.