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iOS Intermediate Swift 2 Object Initialization Designated and Convenience Initializers

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Could i just assign a value "unnamed " for name in the declaration of the property? like var name = "unnamed" init(name:String){ self.name = name }

1 Answer

You already initializing it with a value when you do var name = "unnamed" You can just do var name: String? and then init(name:String){ self.name = name }

I think that's what you are trying to ask.