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iOS Object-Oriented Swift Complex Data Structures Adding Instance Methods

duke Beardslee
duke Beardslee
3,361 Points

Given the struct below in the editor, we want to add a method that returns the person’s full name. Declare a method name

what should I do here to answer the question above?

structs.swift
struct Person {
    let firstName: String
    let lastName: String

  func fullName () -> String {
    let fullname = "\(firstName) \(lastName)"
    return fullname
  }
}

1 Answer

Hello Duke,

So you got it right, the only thing is that you are doing a very common silly mistake that we all make when we first start coding, right before we become masters of the code world lol.

You are leaving some spaces on the function signature. fullName (), and also notice how the challenge says to make sure to leave a space in between the names.. ** (firstName) ( lastName)**.

func fullName() -> String {
  return "\(firstName) \( lastName)" // You can return directly and avoid creating a variable
}

Good luck

duke Beardslee
duke Beardslee
3,361 Points

It worked! Thank you so much!