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How am I supposed to retrieve the value of "AP" from iceCream without using iceCream["AP"] in order to reassign it.
The challenge is to take the value and reassign the value "Apple Pie" paired with the key "AP" in the iceCream dictionary to a new constant dictionary named applePie. But it says I must retrieve the value then assign it but so far no luck on using iceCream["AP"] to then reassign the value that is supposed to appear over to = let applePie
// Enter your code below var iceCream = ["CC" : "Chocolate Chip", "AP" : "Apple Pie", "PB" : "Peanut Butter"] iceCream.updateValue("Rocky Road", forKey: "RR") iceCream["AP"] let applePie = iceCream ["AP"]
It seems that Swift doesn't like this line:
Swift probably thought you were trying to reassign
"AP", but you didn't, so it responded with an error. Remove the line and it should pass. (Sorry if I'm wrong; I haven't used Swift in a while!)