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iOS Swift Collections and Control Flow Control Flow With Conditional Statements Working With Logical Operators

NATHAN TRAN
NATHAN TRAN
2,367 Points

if statement

I do not know where to start on this challenge; all I see is to start with "if n.."

operators.swift
var results: [Int] = []

for n in 1...100 {
    // Enter your code below
    if n 
    // End code 
}

3 Answers

Jeff McDivitt
Jeff McDivitt
23,970 Points
for n in 1...100 {


    if n % 7 == 0 && n % 2 != 0{
        results.append(n)
    }

}
james south
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james south
Front End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 33,258 Points

the modulo operator % aka remainder operator returns the remainder of division. so 5 % 2 is 1 because 2 goes into 5 2 times with a remainder of 1. any odd number divided by 2 has a remainder of 1, so if x % 2 == 1, x is odd. same for multiples of 7, if x % 7 == 0, x is a multiple of 7, because we have divided by 7 and there is no remainder.

NATHAN TRAN
NATHAN TRAN
2,367 Points

Do I need to declare what "x" is?

robertrinca
robertrinca
Courses Plus Student 11,316 Points

x is n, which is going through a loop of 1 to 100 and testing each number.