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iOS Swift 2.0 Functions Functions in Swift 2.0 Recap: Functions

how is this worng?!?!?!?!?!?

func temperatureInFahrenheit (temperature: Double) -> Double {
let Celcius: Double = 500
let  Fahrenheit: Double = Celcius * (9)/5 + 32
return Fahrenheit

// Enter your code below

2 Answers

Jhoan Arango
Jhoan Arango
14,561 Points


You are close, you don't have to declare a variable for the celsius.

Try it like this....

func temperatureInFahrenheit(temperature: Double) -> Double {

var fahrenheit = (temperature * 9 / 5) + 32 

return fahrenheit


let fahrenheitTemp = temperatureInFahrenheit(24.0)

Good luck :)

Anthony Boutinov
Anthony Boutinov
12,695 Points

In your function, you have a parameter: temperature: Double. But you never use it.