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iOS Functions in Swift Adding Power to Functions Function Parameters

eric movchan
eric movchan
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Make sure you are carrying out a modulo operation using the remainder operator Bummer: Make sure you are carry

// Enter your code below

func getRemainder (value a:Int ,divisor b:Int) -> Int{ let modulo = a & b return(modulo) }

what am i doing wrong?

functions.swift
Bummer: Make sure you are carrying out a modulo operation using the remainder operator


// Enter your code below

func getRemainder (value a:Int ,divisor b:Int) -> Int{
 let modulo = a & b
  return(modulo)
}

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