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

Enums with Associated Values

My code is showing no error in the preview bar but is not passing, I'm not sure why

enums.swift
enum MobilePhone {

case iphone(String)
case android(String)
case windowsPhone(String) 

}

let iphone = "7 plus" 

1 Answer

Jorge Solana
Jorge Solana
6,064 Points

Hey Tywan!

Enums works something like Classes and Structs. You need to tell which is the iPhone constant type. Try this:

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

Hope it helps