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Ruby Ruby Collections Build a Grocery List Program Working with Hashes That Contain Arrays

I don't understand what should I do here, I tried all the possible examples and still I can't pass...

I tried with grocery_list['items'] = grocery_item

and it still fails!

What else should I try ? Can't pass this...

grocery_list = { 'title' => 'Grocery List', 'items' => [] }
grocery_item = { 'title' => 'Bread', 'quantity' => 1 }

I have to include the grocery_item hash in the "items" value array from grocery_list...

2 Answers

After struggling to get it work, I finally realised that I was working with an Array and had to use .push to insert that hash in it.

grocery_list = { 'title' => 'Grocery List', 'items' => [] }
grocery_item = { 'title' => 'Bread', 'quantity' => 1 }


And success! I'll keep this in mind for my whole life :)

Awesome! :smile:

I was planning to reply your question, however, you already solve the issues, glad you found it.

Happy Coding!

Thank you Salman Akram Wish you the best! :smile: