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iOS Enumerations and Optionals in Swift Introduction to Enumerations Enums with Associated Values

Vansh Agarwal
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Vansh Agarwal
Courses Plus Student 3,965 Points

I don't know why my code doesn't work.

I don't see any problem with my code. Could someone tell me why it is not getting accepted? Thanks!

enums.swift
enum mobilePhone {
  case iPhone(String)
  case android(String)
  case windowsPhone(String)
}
let iphone = mobilePhone.iPhone("7 Plus")

1 Answer

Martin Wildfeuer
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Martin Wildfeuer
Courses Plus Student 11,071 Points

Almost there! Read the challenge carefully. First of all, classes, structs, protocols and enums start with a capital letter, thus MobilePhone instead of mobilePhone. Also, the challenge asks for an iphone case instead of iPhone. So changing your code to the following will do the trick:

enum MobilePhone {
  case iphone(String)
  case android(String)
  case windowsPhone(String)
}

let iphone = MobilePhone.iphone("7 Plus")

Make sure to stick to the conventions and challenge descriptions. Details matter. ;)