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iOS Object-Oriented Swift Complex Data Structures Adding Instance Methods

Khaled M
Khaled M
829 Points

I'm stuck, again.

Is there a way to see the solutions?

I end up wasting so much time trying to figure out the problem, when it's something that I was never clearly taught in the first place. I can understand this teaching method if they were to provide the solution if the student has exhausted all options. If this is truly the case, I'm going to cancel my subscription.

struct Person {
    let firstName: String
    let lastName: String

    func fullName(firstName: String, lastName: String) -> String {
      return(firstName, lastName)

1 Answer

Gavin Butler
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Gavin Butler
iOS Development with Swift Techdegree Graduate 15,489 Points

Hi Khaled, Don't give up - I feel the same as you often. I think for this exercise the full name was to contain a space, so the following worked for me (note there is a space between first name & last name below): func fullName() -> String { return "(firstName) (lastName)" }

Hope this helps.