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# Retrieving Info From Dictionaries

I was supposed to create a constant, called "currencies", and then assign the following values to it: (US: Dollar, UK: Pound, JP: Yen). This worked, but then it asked me to retrieve a value. I was supposed to retrieve the value for UK currency (Pound), and assign it to the constant ukCurrency. This is where the code was apparently incorrect. The error is in the retrieving line. What's the error, and how can I solve it?

Hi, could you show me the code you have for this so far?

let currencies = ["US": "Dollar", "UK": "Pound", "JP": "Yen"]

let ukCurrency = currencies.removeValueForKey("UK")

The issue is that you're attempting to remove the value from the dictionary, and the dictionary is defined as a constant. This would work if you define currencies with var instead of let to make it mutable, but here's the best answer for just retrieving the value: let ukCurrency = currencies["UK"]

Hello Vipin,

In this objective you need to create a dictionary using the specified KV (key-value pairs).

```let currencies = ["US" : "Dollar", "UK" : "Pound", "JP" : "Yen"]
```

Once the dictionary is ready you are asked to retrieve "UK" currency. You can retrieve a value by simply calling it's key:

```let currencies = ["US" : "Dollar", "UK" : "Pound", "JP" : "Yen"]

let ukCurrency = currencies["UK"]
```