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iOS Swift Basics (retired) Collections What is an Array?

Austin McKinney
Austin McKinney
3,750 Points

How do I "call the count method on the array?"

This question has yet to be covered in the lesson. Not sure what it wants me to do.

I tried in Xcode using: println(count(todo))

But apparently, the lesson wants me to do it a different way? Just a little confused.

arrays.swift
var todo = ["Learn Swift", "Build App", "Deploy App"]
println(count(todo))
Austin McKinney
Austin McKinney
3,750 Points

Nevermind, got it figured out!

Another post cleared up this issue. The correct code should read:

println(todo.count)

Iman Mk
Iman Mk
6,223 Points

btw in Swift 2 println has been renamed to print.