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Android Android Data Persistence CRUD Operations with SQLite Using ContentValues

Diego Marrs
Diego Marrs
8,243 Points

What do we put into 'values'?

I'm not sure how to complete this challenge; the challenge has only one line of code and none of the necessary parameters needed to justify the put() function. What do I do?

ContentValues values = new ContentValues();

1 Answer

Jason Wiram
Jason Wiram
42,762 Points

The question states:

We're going to use ContentValues to insert a pet into a table of lost pets. Put the following key/value paris into values: "name" = "Rover", "type" = "dog", "breed" = "mixed"

You need to put each of the three key/value pairs into values.


ContentValues values = new ContentValues();
values.put("firstKey", "firstValue");