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Retriving value from dictonaries
i cannot understand where i made mistake
var iceCream = ["CC": "Chocolate Chip", "AP" : "Apple Pie", "PB" : "Peanut Butter"] iceCream.updateValue("Rocky Road", forKey: "RR") iceCream ["AP"] = nil let applePie = "Apple Pie"
Jari KoopmanPython Web Development Techdegree Graduate 29,349 Points
You're on the right track, you're setting the
applePie constant to the right value, but you have to do it using the dictionary. Next to that, you don't have to set the value for
AP in the dictionary to
nil. You could do something like this:
let applePie = iceCream["AP"]
applePie to the value of the
AP key in the dictionary.
Hope this helped,