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iOS Enumerations and Optionals in Swift Introduction to Enumerations Enums with Associated Values

Rea Rahhal
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Rea Rahhal
Courses Plus Student 4,732 Points

make sure your enum members contain associated values lol

really don't know whats wrong with my code

enums.swift
enum MobilePhone {
  case iPhone(String)
  case Android(String)
  case Blackberry(String)
  case WindowsPhone(String)
}

let iphone = MobilePhone.iPhone("7 Plus")

2 Answers

Nick Frozz
Nick Frozz
31,289 Points

Hello Rea, Your code is perfect, except one little thing - upper case "P" in "iphone" spelling, change it on lover "p" and you will pass this task.

GL next!

josh kinney
josh kinney
1,576 Points

Hi Rea,

A couple things to check. And yes I know this is an older question but it could help a new comer.

1) Blackberry is not asked to be created in this exercise. (Remove it)

2) "Capitalization" reread the challenge when it tells you what to label each case in the enum. (HINT: only one thing should get capitalized)

Hope this helps : )