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iOS Swift Functions and Optionals Parameters and Tuples Named Parameters

How to pass a String

Here are the instructions Call the greeting function and pass it the String "Jerry"

named_parameters.swift
func greeting(person: String) {
    println("Hello \(person)")
}

2 Answers

Gleb Linnik
PLUS
Gleb Linnik
Courses Plus Student 2,558 Points
named_parameters.swift
func greeting(#person: String) {
    println("Hello \(person)")
}

greeting(person: "Jerry")
Jon Schenck
Jon Schenck
2,028 Points

func greeting(#person: String) { println("Hello (person)") }

greeting (person: "Jerry")

All you forgot to do was pass the String Jerry but you need to identify where that String comes from which is the Person marker.

If this doesn't work take out the #.

Let me know if this helps :)