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Can someone help shed some clarity on the differences between a struct and an enum? Thank you!
I am having some trouble figuring out the difference between the two.
Mark Cranston1,817 Points
Sturcts and Enums are both Data Types, the main difference is that Enums have pre-set values while structs do not. So you would want to use an Enum is there is only a set number of possible outcomes. A struct is just a little more flexible.