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iOS Build a Weather App Refactoring Using Codable Recap: Refactoring Using Codable

I submitted : enum CodingKeys: String, CodingKey { case model = "model" } It keeps saying this is wrong. Why?

Please help get this quiz questions correct. I reviewed the video this is exactly how it was done.

1 Answer

Jhon Villalobos
Jhon Villalobos
7,968 Points

Hi Lisa.

Your assigning two types to this enum, so that's why is wrong.

As you are assigning "model" to the case option, the enum should be String Type. So will be:

enum CodingKeys: String { case model = "model" }

The quiz has blanks to fill in. I am not sure you able to see the quiz, but you have to have both types. class someClass { let model: String }

enum CodingKeys: __, ___ { case ____________ }

submitted answer: enum CodingKeys: String, CodingKey { case model = "model" }