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iOS Build a Weather App with Swift Simple Data Structures NSBundle and the File Directory

I'm getting errors while executing this code.

I executed the following code as shown in the tutorial:

 if let plistPath = NSBundle.mainBundle().pathForResource("CurrentWeather", ofType: "plist"),
        let weatherDictionary = NSDictionary(contentsOfFile: plistPath),
        let currentWeatherDicitonary = weatherDictionary["currently"] as? [String: AnyObject] {

            let currentWeather = CurrentWeather(weatherDictionary: currentWeatherDicitonary)

        } 

but I'm getting these errors:

`/Users/hammadnasir/iOS Projects/Stormy/Stormy/ViewController.swift
/Users/hammadnasir/iOS Projects/Stormy/Stormy/ViewController.swift:17:100: Expected '{' after 'if' condition
/Users/hammadnasir/iOS Projects/Stormy/Stormy/ViewController.swift:19:9: 'let' cannot appear nested inside another 'var' or 'let' pattern
/Users/hammadnasir/iOS Projects/Stormy/Stormy/ViewController.swift:19:9: Getter/setter can only be defined for a single variable
/Users/hammadnasir/iOS Projects/Stormy/Stormy/ViewController.swift:18:62: Use of unresolved identifier 'plistPath'
/Users/hammadnasir/iOS Projects/Stormy/Stormy/ViewController.swift:21:68: Use of unresolved identifier 'currentWeatherDicitonary'`

Please HELP ASAP!

Thanks in advance.

1 Answer

Jeroen de Vrind
Jeroen de Vrind
29,772 Points

Which version of Swift do u use?

The problem was with my Xcode. After updating it to latest version, the problem is gone.

I'm glad you tried to help!

Thanks anyway.