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iOS Swift Collections and Control Flow Introduction to Collections Working With Arrays

Kanishka Mohammadi
Kanishka Mohammadi
1,138 Points

Isn't that right??

For the last task, remove the 6th item from the array and assign the result to a constant named discardedValue.

// Enter your code below
var arrayOfInts = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]
arrayOfInts + [8]
arrayOfInts[4] = (44)
let value = 44
arrayOfInts.remove(at: 6)
let discardedValue = 7

1 Answer

13,047 Points

You have to assign the values of appending and removing the arrays to the constants. Right now you're removing the item and manually assigning the value that was removed to the constant.

Instead of manually assigning 7 to the discardedValue constant, try assigning the remove(at:) method instead.

Caleb Kleveter
Caleb Kleveter
Treehouse Moderator 37,862 Points

Hey Nate. I just wanted to let you know I changed you comment to an answer. This allows people to upvote your question and the questioner to accept it if it resolves his issue.

Happy coding!