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# classes

hi guys, I have been working on this exercise for a while now.

Basically it is saying that I haven't identified "location" but I don't know what else to do to identify it.

Can anyone help me find what is missing in this exercise?

Thanks :)

classes.swift
```struct Location {
let latitude: Double
let longitude: Double

let name: String
let location: Location

init(x: Double, y: Double){
self.name = String ("Houston")
self.location = Location (latitude: x, longitude: y)
}
}
}
let someBusiness = "name, \(location)"
```

Classes and Structs can get complicated, especially when you are using them together. One thing to remember is that you always have to create an init function for a class whereas you do not need to unless you need to override the default one for a struct. Let's walk through this code together.

```struct Location {
let latitude: Double
let longitude: Double
// You are need to end the struct definition before you begin the class definition
}

// We start by defining a class named Business

// Great job setting up the properties here
let name: String
let location: Location

// next we need to set up the init function for the class.  We need to pass in parameters for the 2
// properties that we set up above
init(name: String, location: Location) { // We expect a name parameter that is a String and a location parameter that is a Location Struct
// We then use those arguments to set the properties
self.name = name // self.name refers to the class property and name refers to the argument passed in
self.location = location // Same as above
}
}

// now that we have everything defined we create an instance of the Business class
// as a constant named someBusiness.  We will pass in a string and a Location instance
let someBusiness = Business(name: "MyCo", location: Location(latitude: 100, longitude: 120)) // this is just creating a new Location and passing it in as the location parameter
```

Hope this clears things up. Let me know if you still have any questions about anything. Have fun learning!!