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iOS Swift Enums and Structs Structs Stored Properties

Jordan Nilsson
Jordan Nilsson
1,409 Points

How do I assign an instance to the Expense struct?

What am I doing wrong?

struct Expense {
    var Description = String.self
    var Amount = Double.self

var travel = Expense(Description: "Flight to Cupertino", Amount: 500.00)
travel.Amount = 500.00

1 Answer


You do not need the .self in this excercise, as i dont think they are asking for you to initialize - but I could be wrong.