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I have no idea what to do

I have no idea how to solve this. I have tried everything, please help!!!

The instructions are : We need to add the first chocolate to our box. Create a stored property named caramelDelight. To this dictionary add a key named flavor that stores a value named caramel to the caramelDelight dictionary to initialize it.

ChocolateBox.swift
struct ChocolateBox {

var caramelDelight: String?


let caramelDelight = ["flavor": "caramel"]
}

1 Answer

Chris Shaw
Chris Shaw
26,662 Points

Hi Alex,

You're almost there, instead of declaring a rouge constant that tries overrides the already declared property caramelDelight you simply need to assign the dictionary to the variable caramelDelight.

struct ChocolateBox {
  var caramelDelight = ["flavor": "caramel"]
}

Happy coding!