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iOS Swift Basics Swift Operators Working With Operators: Part 2

Amantur Beishekeev
Amantur Beishekeev
Courses Plus Student 405 Points

i don't clearly understand the question

should i use here if statements

// Enter your code below

var initialScore = 8
initialScore += 1
let isWinner = false
isWinner  = initialScore < 10

1 Answer

Hi there,

You want to compare initialScore to 10. You want isWinner to be true if initialScore isn't equal to 10.

So, start by declaring a constant called isWinner. You've done that. You want to assign something to it using the equals sign; you've done that.

On the right of the equals sign, compare initialScore to see if it is not equal to 10. Use !=. That should do it!

Let me know how you get on.