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Hm.. Question: "The process for preparing our struct for use is …"? What is it?

We're using init()?

2 Answers

Chris Shaw
Chris Shaw
26,650 Points

Hi Vasily,

The term used for creating a new instance of a struct, class or any other reusable type is initialization.

Hope that helps.

Ian Kohlert
Ian Kohlert
2,760 Points

Yeah it's "initialization" I really think Treehouse needs to program in some ambiguity with the write in answers. I wrote "initializing" and was wrong.

Chris Jones
Chris Jones
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Completely agree. I wrote initializing as well.

Same here, I wrote "initializing" :-)

Rafael Schwemmer
Rafael Schwemmer
6,108 Points

Yeah, me too. Not just in this quiz