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Go Language Go Language Overview Custom Types Structs

Arihant Banthia
Arihant Banthia
3,950 Points

Didn't understand the question

What is being asked to do in this question

package clock

type Clock struct {
  Hours int
  Minutes int

func Noon(t *Clock) Clock {
  return r
Antoine Solomon
Antoine Solomon
2,850 Points

Do you need that argument to the Noon function? After all you are initializing the r variable to a new instance of Clock and eventually returning r

1 Answer

Bas Kuunk
Bas Kuunk
21,308 Points

The function should just return a Clock instance, which you do correctly, but it should not take any input. They ask for a regular function in the package, not a method on the type.

Remove the inputs and replace the body of the function as per the following:

func Noon() Clock {
  return Clock{12, 0}