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# Code Challenge: What?

I am utterly confused about the code challenge. I've taken a long break from this course and I'm trying to get back into it, and I just don't understand how to do this with enums. There doesn't seem to be any connection between the constants and the enum cases, and I'm just confused. Help?

Hello, Will.

If I remember correctly, the challenge asks you to create a computed property that returns a string.

Try creating the computed property within the enum, and switching on it(self). For each case, it should return the appropriate string. The string have been assigned to the constants. Also, consider watching the lesson again to brush up on computed properties.

If I've been vague, do ask away for clarification.

I am sorry but I am also having the same problem could you clarify or share what you did? Please. Much appreciated

Hi, Christian.

• To start you off, you need a computed property named style that returns a string :
```var style: String {}
```
• Secondly, you need to return a string for each enum case. Giving that this is an enum, I think a switch statement would fit perfectly.

• The computed property is within the enum, and the switch will be within the enum too. Thus, you need to use the keyword self to switch on.

• I believe there are 3 constants, above the enum, containing the appropriate string for each enum case. Use those instead of passing in the string directly.

• Here's a template:

```let first = "string"
let second = "string"
let third = "string"

enum numbers {
case 1
case 2
case 3

var style: String {
switch self {
case .1: return first
case .2: return second
case .3: return third
}
}
}
```