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I am very stuck here.

I'm not sure exactly where I've gone wrong.

struct ChocolateBox {

var caramelDelight: [String] = []
var flavor: String = "caramel"  


1 Answer

Richard Lu
Richard Lu
20,185 Points

Hi James,

I see that you're up to the second part of the challenge which consist of the following parts:

  • Create a stored property named caramelDelight
  • add a key named flavor that stores a value named caramel to the caramelDelight dictionary to initialize it

So to create the stored property, all you have to do is:

struct ChocolateBox {
   let caramelDelight 

But if you take a look at the other part of this challenge, you must add a key named flavor and the value named caramel. Here's what you get when you add those values onto the dictionary initialization.

struct ChocolateBox {
   let caramelDelight = ["flavor": "caramel"]

And there you have it! Challenge solved! Happy coding! :)