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If we use h = HashWithIndifferentAccess.new({key: "value"}) it will allow us to access the value through both h[:key] and h["key"].

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Hey Yago, while this is true, HashWithIndifferentAccess is only available via ActiveSupport. This section of the learning path is focused purely on Ruby.

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Thanks Collin! I like the #dig method! : )

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It's a good one for sure! ;)

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Absolutely, HashWithIndifferentAccess is handy for treating keys as either symbols or strings. It provides flexibility when accessing values, making your code more user-friendly and versatile.

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I am coming from javascript and most of the concepts are similar but you do an amazing job explaining everything. Good job!

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