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iOS Intermediate Swift 2 Properties Type Properties

how to do this type property

Declare a struct named LevelTracker with a single constant type property maxLevel. Assign an Int value to maxLevel.

// Enter your code below
struct LevelTracket {
static let maxLevel: Int

2 Answers

James McMillan
James McMillan
9,787 Points

besides the typo the code snippet should look like this:

struct LevelTracker {
    static let maxLevel = 1
Helgi Helgason
Helgi Helgason
7,599 Points

there's a typo it the name of your struct should be r not t at the end ;-) Then assign it an Int value