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True Pixels3,178 Points
Don't know if i am doing this right
I really don't know if i am doing "Creating a Data Model" correctly.
The question is: We are at the grocery store and we picked up the bread. Using array subscripting, retrieve the string "bread" from the array and assign it to a variable named cart.
and this is what i wrote:
var shoppingList = ["toothpaste","bread","eggs"] var cart = ["",] shoppingList.text = cart["bread"]
Chris Shaw26,676 Points
You're almost there, if you remember back to the introduction to Swift course arrays are based upon integer indexes which means unlike an dictionary we need to use a number between 0-2 because arrays start at the zeroth index.
var shoppingList = ["toothpaste", "bread", "eggs"] var cart = shoppingList