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# FizzBuzz Question

Hi, the instructor used a range of numbers to go thru to solve this programming challenge.

The way that I have chosen seems to not be working and I am unsure why? Would it be because I have not defined a range of #'s? Am I missing a piece of If else statement?

Thank you!

```let Fizz = 3.0
let Buzz = 5.0
var variableNumber = 15.0

If variableNumber % Fizz == 0 {
print("Fizz")
}

else if variableNumber % Buzz == 0 {
print ("Buzz")
}

else if variableNumber % Fizz == 0 && variableNumber % Buzz == 0 {
print ("FizzBuzz")
}

else {
print ("")

}
```

## 2 Answers

Hey Joseph F Fares Jr,

There's a few things we need to consider here. First theres a minor typo, your first if statement starts with a capital I. The code will not work if it is capitalized.

Second, your variable names should always be in lowerCamelCase. UpperCamelCase format is used to denote Types in Swift.

Third, you actually want to evaluate for the case where the variableNumber is a multiple of both 3 and 5 in your first if case. The reason for this is because the way you have your code set up now, your last else if block will never be executed. This is because if a number is both a multiple of 3 and 5, it would've already evaluated as true in one of the preceding blocks. As soon as your code matches a condition, it jumps out of the block and continues after the very last curly brace of your if/else chain.

```let fizz = 3.0
let buzz = 5.0
var variableNumber = 45.0

if (variableNumber % fizz == 0) && (variableNumber % buzz == 0) {
print("FizzBuzz")
} else if variableNumber % fizz == 0 {
print ("Fiz")
} else if variableNumber % buzz == 0 {
print("Buzz")
} else {
print("Neither fizz nor buzz")
}
```

Good Luck

Thank you so much Steven. Now it makes so much more sense the way you have it now!