In a Shortcut, if I have a dictionary set with default values, and then I run a set value command, does it store the value in the original dictionary or a new dictionary variable?
I ask because I have a Shortcut where I have a dictionary that I want to populate with data, let’s call it “Original Dictionary,” and then when I use Set Value, and do a Show Alert for the contents of Original Dictionary, it has not changed. But I see that the Set Value instruction outputs a dictionary and if I show Alert on that it contains all the information that I added in the Set Value. So, if we have a string of steps adding values to a dictionary, we must always use the latest output version of the Dictionary? Is that right? Does a version of the Dictionary remain in existence each step of the way throughout the life of the shortcut? Could you iterate through a dictionary enough to create the iOS version of a stack overflow? This seems weird to me.