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iOS Enumerations and Optionals in Swift Introduction to Enumerations Enums with Associated Values

enumerations and optionals swift 3

enum MobilePhone { case iPhone(String) case Android(String) case WindowsPhone(String)

} let iPhone = MobilePhone.iPhone("7S")

enums.swift
enum MobilePhone {
    case iPhone(String)
    case Android(String)
    case WindowsPhone(String)

}
let iPhone = MobilePhone.iPhone("7S")

2 Answers

Craig Allen
Craig Allen
12,388 Points

Your code is almost correct, you just need to change the cases and constant to lowercase, then fix the value from "7S" to "7 Plus".

enum MobilePhone {
    case iphone(String)
    case android(String)
    case windowsPhone(String)

}
let iphone = MobilePhone.iphone("7 Plus")

thank you so much