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Adding values of retrieved from dictionary in Sharepoint 2013 workflow

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I am using SharePoint 2013 on-premise and SharePoint 2013 workflow to loop through the list items. How do I add values retrieved from the dictionary.
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I was able to accomplish this using an alternative approach. The sales data which is coming to SharePoint from BizTalk Orchestration, I was able to use Cumulative Summation to add the values in the Orchestration and send the total to SharePoint list via SharePoint Adapter. Works like a charm.

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