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iOS Swift Functions and Optionals Functions Function Return Types



func greeting(person :String) -> String{
   return ("Hello \(person)")
 func greeting("Tom")

1 Answer

Candace Sommer-Van Auken
Candace Sommer-Van Auken
2,032 Points

Your problem is that in the second line, you're again using the keyword "func". You only need that when you declare the function. The second line should simply be: greeting("Tom")

Hope this helps!