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iOS Swift 2.0 Collections and Control Flow Introduction to Collections Working with Arrays

Aaresh Jalnawalla
Aaresh Jalnawalla
2,363 Points

I get a message saying "Oops! It looks like task 1 is no longer passing." This happens while I'm on the 2nd task. Help

After completing the 1st task I get this message during the second task and says go back to the 1st task. When I press the help button in the 2nd task nothing happens. So I have to go back to the 1st task and click help. What is this error for its unclear.

// Enter your code below

var arrayOfInts = [0,1,2,3,4,5,6]


arrayOfInts += [8]

2 Answers

Thurman Ward
Thurman Ward
2,718 Points

I am having the same problem too

Aaresh Jalnawalla
Aaresh Jalnawalla
2,363 Points

I found the answer to my own question.

//This code worked. I watched all 3 videos on arrays "again", to learn what I missed out on. In the previous code I did not explicitly mention [Int] to denote Integers.

var arrayOfInts: [Int] = [0,1,2,3,4,5]

//once you mention Int the code on the 2nd challenge works accepts your result. Its confusing and overwhelming as a beginner and it should have stopped you on the first challenge itself.