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iOS Object-Oriented Swift Properties Getter and Setter Methods

Adding getter and setter methods to a computed property

Hi,

I have added my getter and setter in this code challenge but am having difficulty assigning the right property value for my setter. I believe I'm typing it out right but don't know what I'm missing..

Any help is appreciated..thanks!

Temperature.swift
class Temperature {
    var celsius: Float = 0.0
    var fahrenheit: Float {
    get {
        return (celsius * 1.8) + 32.0
    }
    set {
    celsius = (fahrenheit-32)/1.8
    }
    }    
}

4 Answers

Emmet Lowry
Emmet Lowry
10,196 Points

try put newValue in where you have fahrenheit

I understand now thank you!

Emmet Lowry
Emmet Lowry
10,196 Points

No problem had same problem as you and was stuck for while. Question isn't worded great

Alex Kissi
Alex Kissi
14,202 Points

OMG thank you so much. i was stuck for 2 weeks. i think the question was worded strangely. Emmet Lowry

Emmet Lowry
Emmet Lowry
10,196 Points

Your welcome Alex hope you understand why you put newValue in where Fahrenheit was in Ermies code. If not ask and i can explain more.