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iOS Swift 2.0 Enumerations and Optionals Introduction to Enumerations Enums with Associated Values

surya m
surya m
404 Points

enum's

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

MobilePhone.iPhone(6S)

enums.swift

2 Answers

cm21
cm21
150,854 Points

Hi Surya,

1) You want to make sure that the 6S is stored in double quotes, because it is a string value.

2) The challenge asks you to assign the iPhone member to a constant named iPhone. To do that, you use the keyword 'let' and follow it with the name of the new constant.

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

let iPhone = MobilePhone.iPhone("6S")

Hope this helps!