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iOS Swift Basics (retired) Collections Modifying an Array

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var todo = ["Learn Swift", "Build App", "Deploy App"]
todo.removeatindex (2)
let item = todo.removeatindex (2)

1 Answer

Michael Liendo
Michael Liendo
15,326 Points

your function "removeatindex" should be "removeAtIndex". If it helps for future reference, all functions in Swift use camel-casing as shown above. :) Hope that helps! I would also remove the space between the function name and the parameter so that it's all together.