Swift Dictionary values

The values property returns just the values of the dictionary.


var languages = ["Swift": 2012, "C": 1972, "Java": 1995]

// return just the values of languages var result = languages.values
print(result) // Output: [1995, 2012, 1972]

values Syntax

The syntax of the dictionary values property is:


Here, dictionary is an object of the Dictionary class.

values Return Values

The values property returns an array of all the values of dictionary.

Example 1: Swift Dictionary values

var information = ["Alcaraz": 18, "Sinner": 20, "Nadal": 34]

// values total elements on names print(information.values)


[18, 20, 34]

In the above example, we have used the values property to return an array of just the values of the information dictionary.

Example 2: Using values With for Loop

var informations = ["Alcaraz": 18, "Sinner": 20, "Nadal": 34]

// iterate through all the values of informations for information in informations.values {
print(information) }



Here, we have used the for loop to iterate through all the values of the informations dictionary.

Finally, all the values of informations are printed one at a time.

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