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iOS Swift Basics Swift Operators Working With Operators: Part 2

I am struggling with comparison operation and I am not using Xcode aswell. Please help me with this!

I passed the first task but what I am having a problem is with the comparison operation.

// Enter your code below

var initialScore = 8
initialScore += 1 

let isWinner = true

1 Answer

Hi there,

In this challenge you want to compare initialScore to the number 10. You want to know if the two are not equal. So, use !=. That expression results in a true/false value which you want to assign into isWinner with a single-equals sign, =.

So, create the constant, as you have done with let isWinner then assign, =, the expression initialScore != 10 into it.

That all looks like:

let isWinner = initalScore != 10

Make sense?