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iOS Enumerations and Optionals in Swift Introduction to Enumerations Enum Methods

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Challenge Task 2 of 2

Next, add a method to the enum named button that returns an instance of the class UIBarButtonItem configured properly. An example of how to create an instance for this task is shown in the comments below. Use the same initializer.

In the method, using the associated values as titles for the button, return a button with style UIBarButtonStyle.done for the done member of the BarButton enum. Similarly for the edit member, return a UIBarButtonItem instance with the style set to UIBarButtonStyle.plain.

In both cases you can pass nil for target and action. Once you have a method, call it on the value we created in the previous task and assign it to a constant named button.

// Example of UIBarButtonItem instance
// let someButton = UIBarButtonItem(title: "A Title", style: .plain, target: nil, action: nil)

enum BarButton {
   case done(title: String)
   case edit(title: String)
let someButton = UIBarButtonItem(title: "A Title", style: .plain, target: nil, action: nil)

   func button() -> UIBarButtonItem {
       switch self {
       case .done(let title): return UIBarButtonItem(title: title, style: UIBarButtonStyle.done, target: nil, action: nil)
       case .edit(let title): return UIBarButtonItem(title: title, style: UIBarButtonStyle.plain, target: nil, action: nil)

 let done = BarButton.done(title: "Save")
 let button = done.button()

1 Answer

Jorge Solana
Jorge Solana
6,064 Points

Hey Nagaraju!

You almost got it! There's no need to get the example with someButton the challenge provides int the real code, it is just an example.

After removing that, you just need to get the return UIBarButtonItem statement as the example. It will only change the title String since you already have it in your let title. Try something like this:

return UIBarButtonItem(title: title, style: .plain, target: nil, action: nil)

Keep up the hard work!

tanq jorge Solona