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iOS Swift Functions and Optionals Parameters and Tuples Tuples

Edwin Mhoy Silva Rifa
Edwin Mhoy Silva Rifa
2,631 Points

Having some problems returning tuple

The task :Currently our greeting function only returns a single value. Modify it to return both the greeting and the language as a tuple. Make sure to name each item in the tuple: greeting and language. We will print them out in the next task.

2 Answers

Jens Hagfeldt
Jens Hagfeldt
16,548 Points

I also had some trouble with some of the steps this challenge. In this first step you are asked to return both the greeting and the language as a tuple.

That means you first have to put a named return value for each of them inside the parentesis just before the curly brackets like this: ```(greeting: String, language: String)

You also have to put both of them **inside the parentesis of the return statement** like this:
```return (greeting, language)