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iOS Swift Basics Swift Operators Working With Operators: Part 2

not operator


// Enter your code below
score += 100
totalScore ==
isWinner != 50
var initialScore = 8
initialScore == 

2 Answers


var initialScore = 8

// First we add one point to the initialScore
initialScore += 1

// Then we say "initialScore is not 10?" true 
var isWinnder = initialScore != 10

Hope this helps

wonderful really helped seeing it written out. I did have to make it a constant rather then a variable. Your notes above made it really click for me though thank you.

You are welcome.