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the first task was easy i get it but the next?
this weard i know that you shall do like this but this says that this is wrong?
// Enter your code below var iceCream = [ "CC": "Chocolate Chip", "AP": "Apple Pie", "PB": "Peanut Butter" ] iceCream.updateValue (Rocky,Road, forKey: RR)
Jennifer NordellTreehouse Teacher
Your strings that you're updating need to be in quotes otherwise it thinks Rocky, Road, and RR are variable names. Also, you have a stray comma between Rocky and Road. Take a look at the line I used:
iceCream.updateValue("Rocky Road", forKey: "RR")