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iOS Protocols in Swift Creating Flexible Objects Using Protocols Protocol Inheritance

Bob Clanfield
Bob Clanfield
2,372 Points

I can't tell if this is bad code or Swift Llint issues. Any insights?

Been on a trip around the universe, trying to get this code to work and keep coming back to this syntax, I'm thinking it's correct because Xcode compiles. Is it bad code or perhaps a SwiftLint issue?

protocols.swift
protocol Animal {
  var numberOfLegs: Int { get }
}
protocol Pet: Animal  {
    var cuddlyName: String  { get }
    }

1 Answer

Bob Clanfield
Bob Clanfield
2,372 Points

Never got any feedback so I restarted the quiz. That fixed the issue