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iOS Object-Oriented Swift Classes and Objects Designated Initializer

Henry Okpulu
Henry Okpulu
3,980 Points

Hi, I am just wondering what ist the exact mistake in this code

I see that the issue is at width, Should width be a variable?

Button.swift
class Button {
  let width: Double = 0.0
  let height: Double = 0.0

  init(witdh: Double, height: Double) {
self.width = width
self.height = height
}
}

2 Answers

You have misspelled "width". You typed "witdh".

Henry Okpulu
Henry Okpulu
3,980 Points

ow thanks, yes I guess I was just searching for other mistakes and didn't take spelling as one. thank you again