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iOS Swift Functions and Optionals Parameters and Tuples Named Parameters

help please

Call the greeting function and pass it the String "Jerry"

func greeting(person: String) {
    println("Hello \(person)")

6 Answers

your answer is not working

i didn't get you

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Kieran Tross
Kieran Tross
8,266 Points

Did the same thing. that doesn't work.


anyone have any suggestions?

Kieran Tross
Kieran Tross
8,266 Points

ok i just found the answer.

"greeting(person: ("Jerry")'

this solves the code.

You just need to call the function :

             greeting( "Jerry")

i didn't understand please if you can write the whole code and give me please

I don't really get what you are saying but listen you have a function which is called greeting and takes a string parameter and return a new concatenated sentence like hello jerry. The task is to called this function and passed a name into it .


Now "Jerry" is a string that is now passed into the greeting function and the function will return Hello Jerry