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iOS Object-Oriented Swift 2.0 Classes Instances of Classes

Geovanny Reyes
Geovanny Reyes
3,876 Points

Im struggling with this code... help?

Thank you very much!

classes.swift
// Enter your code below

class Shape {
  let someShape: String
  init(someShape: String) {

  }
}

2 Answers

First, the stored property was to be numberOfSides. It was to be a variable, and of type Int.

Second, because this is a class, you have to provide an initializer.

Third, after you have written the class, then, outside the class you can create Shape objects.

class Shape {
  var numberOfSides: Int

  init(numberOfSides: Int) {
    self.numberOfSides = numberOfSides
  }
}

let someShape = Shape(numberOfSides: 6)
Geovanny Reyes
Geovanny Reyes
3,876 Points

I see, I totally missed the numberOfSides variable... thank you very much!