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iOS Swift Functions and Optionals Parameters and Tuples Tuples

i don't know how to add elements to the tuple

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Can you post what you've tried, then we can try to help from there. Likely, it's a matter of just rewatching the video or viewing the documentation to get a better understanding.

Taylor Weeks
Taylor Weeks
4,009 Points

This was a tricky exercise for me, but I did figure out what it is asking for. After the "->" (which is where you specify what the function will return), you need to name the two strings that will be returned using a colon to separate the name and the type (e.g. found: Bool, description: String).You will also need to make sure the function returns the two values (greeting, language).

I have tried this code:

func greeting(person: String) -> (language: String, greeting: String){ let languages = "English" let greetings = "Hello (person)"

return  language - greeting

}

1 Answer

Taylor Weeks
Taylor Weeks
4,009 Points

Osman, your code looks good except for the return line. The syntax for returning a tuple is parentheses with the values separated by a comma. You are also missing a backslash before person in your greetings constant [(person)].