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iOS Swift 2.0 Enumerations and Optionals Introduction to Optionals Nil Values in Collections

Austin Hawks
Austin Hawks
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Optional Unwrapping

It says make sure I'm receiving the index at [0] in the nested array. And there aren't any error when I click on the compiler.


let movieDictionary = ["Spectre": ["cast": ["Daniel Craig", "Christoph Waltz", "LÊa Seydoux", "Ralph Fiennes", "Monica Bellucci", "Naomie Harris"]]]

var leadActor: String = ""

// Enter code below if let key = movieDictionary["Spectre"], let secondKey = key["cast"] { let leadActor = secondKey[0] }

1 Answer

Very close. leadActor has already been declared, so it can't be declared again. And there was a missing closing curly brace:

if let key = movieDictionary["Spectre"] {
  if let secondKey = key["cast"] { 
  leadActor = secondKey[0]