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Change value of an object in one-to-many - Core Data

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Hi everyone! I was follow this tutorial https://www.hackingwithswift.com/books/ios-swiftui/one-to-many-relationships-with-core-data-swiftui-and-fetchrequest

And I have a question, how can I change the value of an object in this one-to-many scenario? Let's say that, in Paul's example, I want to update the name of some of the candy:

let candy1 = Candy(context: moc)
candy1.name = "Mars"
candy1.origin = Country(context: moc)
candy1.origin?.shortName = "UK"
candy1.origin?.fullName = "United Kingdom"

For example, Mars to any other name. Is there a way to do that?

   

@Bnerd  

You mean in the example above or in the future dynamically?

   

I mean, once the object is already created and in the future I want to change a value (for example, the name)

   

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