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Can someone help me with this question? It is worded weirdly, and I can't figure the last part out.

It is in Swift Basics 3, but it is wanting me to see if someOperation is greater than anotherOperation, but it doesn't want a boolean value.

Amrit Pandey
Amrit Pandey
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If you can paste code snippet that'll be very helpful.

I got it now, but thanks

1 Answer

What I gather from your question maybe this is what you are looking for?

if someOperation > anotherOperation{
//do something
//do something else