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REINHARD CHEFU5,163 Points
We're going to use ContentValues to insert a pet into a table of lost pets. Put the following key/value paris into values: "name" = "Rover", "type" = "dog", "breed" = "mixed"
ContentValues values = new ContentValues();
Steve Hunter57,711 Points
You need to use the
put() method on the
values variable using dot notation. Pass in the key & value separated by a comma.
You have three key/value pairs, so you need to do this three times. It will look like this:
ContentValues values = new ContentValues(); values.put("name", "Rover"); values.put("type", "dog"); values.put("breed", "mixed");