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iOS Swift 2.0 Functions Function Parameters Function Parameters

Named Parameters

func getRemainder(a : Int , b : Int) -> Int {

return a % b }

getRemainder(a: "value", b: "divisor")

I'm not sure what I'm missing from my code

1 Answer

Why are value and divisor in quotes? Are they variables? If so, remove the quotation marks. Further, you would not include "a:" in your call to the method. You don't include the name of the first parameter.

So, assuming value and divisor are names of variables, you would call the function like this:

getRemainder(value, b: divisor)