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Huseyn Guliyev2,603 Points
In 03:52, he wrote ("name": Pasan). Is it the same as (var name: String = Pasan)
I think i already described my question in the title
Gavin ButleriOS Development with Swift Techdegree Graduate 15,489 Points
Hi Huseyn, Sort of but not exactly. The ["name" : "Pasan"] is a dictionary entry consisting of a String as the key ("name") and another string "Pasan" as its value. var name: String = "Pasan" is assigning a string value to the variable called name. There are similarities as both are referring to a value of type string called "Pasan" but they do it differently. - the dictionary by looking up a key, the variable by assignment and storage. Hope this helps.