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iOS Object-Oriented Swift 2.0 Complex Data Structures Declaring a Struct

Majed Alshammarii
Majed Alshammarii
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// that is what I can do?

struct User = (name: String , age: int ) 

1 Answer

Several things:

struct User {
  let name: String
  let age: Int


When you create stored properties they need to either be variables (var) or constants (let). Here they asked for constants. Second, Swift is case-sensitive, so int and Int are very different, and the type is Int. Third, the code block needs to be set off by curly braces, not parentheses.