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What needs to be done here?

My task: Now that we have a chocolate box, let’s add some chocolates. We’re going to represent a single chocolate as an NSDictionary instance. Create an instance of NSDictionary, named caramelDelight and instantiate with the string flavor as a key and the string caramel as its value. Next, store the caramelDelight dictionary in the chocolateBox array.

My code:

#import <Foundation/Foundation.h>

@interface GiftBasket : NSObject

@property (strong, nonatomic) NSArray *chocolateBox;

#import "GiftBasket.h"

@implementation GiftBasket

- (instancetype)init
    self = [super init];
    if (self) {
        //Add your code below
        NSDictionary *caramelDelight = [[NSDictionary alloc]init];
        caramelDelight = @{@"flavor":@"caramel"};
    return self;


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