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iOS Swift Basics (retired) Types Strings

How is "println("Bread\nMilk\nHoney")" not the correct answer? The compiler output seems to be unrelated… Compiler bug?

Something's goofy?!

This is the compiler output:

swift_lint.swift:10:30: error: 'countElements' has been renamed to count let range = NSMakeRange(0, countElements(string)) ^~~~~~~~~~~~~ count Swift.countElements:1:36: note: 'countElements' has been explicitly marked unavailable here @availability(*, unavailable) func countElements(x: T) -> T.Index.Distance ^

strings.swift
println("Bread\nMilk\nHoney")

1 Answer

Myers Carpenter
Myers Carpenter
6,421 Points

We are working on a solution to this right now. We should it have in place in the next hour. Sorry for the trouble.

Absolutely no problem Myers! Just wanted to make sure that if it was indeed a bug it would be addressed… :) Thanks for the prompt reply!

Myers Carpenter
Myers Carpenter
6,421 Points

The fix is live. Happy learning!