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iOS Object-Oriented Swift Complex Data Structures Adding Instance Methods

Zandy Woodruff-Hall
Zandy Woodruff-Hall
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Method / Object Oriented Swift 3 Quiz

Not sure what is wrong with my code here. Also if anyone else has a more concise solution that follows the video's teaching that would be of enormous help!

struct Person {
    let firstName: String
    let lastName: String

    func fullName() -> String {

    return "/(firstName) /(lastName)"



let myName = Name(firstName: "Z", lastName: "y")
let results = myName.fullName()

1 Answer

  • Notice how your struct is called "Person", but when you initialize it to the constant myName you call it "Name".
  • For string interpolation to work the you have to use an inverted dash ( \ ), like this : return "(firstName) (lastName)"

Hope I helped!