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iOS Swift Basics Swift Operators Unary Operators

1,103 Points

Can't solve second task...

I don't understand the second task.

First task solved:

var initialScore = 8
initialScore += 1

But the second... I've tried so many things, I don't understand the question, I'm getting something to 10 somehow?

let isWinner = true
let isWinner = !isWinner

8 Answers

28,556 Points

A big hint for this task is that you can directly assign the result of a comparison to a variable. Like this:

let example = 3 == 2 // equals operator
// example ends up storing the Boolean "false" since 3 is not equal to 2.

let example2 = 3 != 2 // not equals operator
// example2 ends up storing the Boolean "true" since 3 is not equal to 2.

With that knowledge you should be able to figure out the answer to the challenge.

1,103 Points

Thank you, that solved it. Didn't know about that, very nice of you and to answer so quick as well. Cheers!

let isWinner = intitalScore != 10

Thanks all guys for your thoughts!

Anna Hurtt
Anna Hurtt
6,741 Points

I still can't get it. I guess I need to watch the video again.

Lloyd David
Lloyd David
1,424 Points


let isWinner = 10 == 10

I found success with :

let isWinner = 9 != 10

let isWinner = initialSore != 10