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iOS Object-Oriented Swift Complex Data Structures Adding Instance Methods

Maria Alonso
Maria Alonso
7,498 Points

dont know what is wrong!!!:(

"make sure the value you are assigning to aPerson is an instance of Person"

structs.swift
struct Person {
    let firstName: String
    let lastName: String
  func fullName() -> String {
  return "\(firstName), \(lastName)"
}
let aPerson = Person(firstName: "Jeff", lastName: "McDivitt")
let myFullName = aPerson.fullName()

2 Answers

Scott Lougheed
Scott Lougheed
16,559 Points

You're almost there. You're missing a closing brace (curly bracket) on your fullName method. Also, the quiz might complain about the comma between your firstName and lastName string literal being returned in the method, since it doesn't ask for a comma.

eric movchan
eric movchan
1,276 Points

``` struct Person { let firstName: String let lastName: String

func fullName() -> String { let results = firstName + " " + lastName return results } }

let aPerson = Person(firstName: "Jake", lastName: "Prog") let myFullName = aPerson.fullName()```