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iOS Swift Basics Swift Operators Working With Operators: Part 2

meitav asulin
meitav asulin
1,123 Points

I can't figure out Challenge Task 2 of 2 (operators part 2)

how to do this?


1 Answer

Hi there,

Start by declaring a constant called isWinner. Into that you want to assign (use =) a boolean result created by comparing initialScore to the integer 10. You want this to be true if initialScore is not equal to 10. Use the != operator to make the comparison.

That all looks like:

let isWinner = initialScore != 10

I hope that makes sense.