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iOS Swift Functions and Optionals Optionals Review: Functions

Kristof Kocsis
Kristof Kocsis
15,455 Points

Doesn't accept answer to question.

Hi guys, No matter how I try to answer this question it won't accept it, while xCode doesn't notice any error. Can you guys double check it for me please.

divisible.swift
func isDivisible(#dividend: Int, #divisor: Int) -> Bool {
    if dividend % divisor == 0 {
        return true
    } else {
        return false
    }
}





func isNotDivisible (#divident: Int, #divisor: Int) -> Bool {
if divident % divisor != 0 {
    return true
    }else{
    return false
    }
}

1 Answer

Damien Watson
Damien Watson
27,419 Points

Hi Kristof, I just used the 'greater' than symbol:

func isDivisible(#dividend: Int, #divisor: Int) -> Bool {
    if dividend % divisor == 0 {
        return true
    } else {
        return false
    }
}

func isNotDivisible(#dividend: Int, #divisor: Int) -> Bool {
    if dividend % divisor > 0 {
        return true
    } else {
        return false
    }
}
Kristof Kocsis
Kristof Kocsis
15,455 Points

I don't understand why is that necessary but whatever, thanks