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iOS Swift Functions and Optionals Functions Creating a Function

Greeting.swift problems

When I run my code, it says that I should run have my println statement in the function, but it allready is.

func greeting() { println("Hello") }

greeting()

What is wrong?

1 Answer

That's strange because it looks like you have it right. I just tried it and passed with the following:

func greeting() {
println("Hello")
}
greeting()

Isn't that what you put in?