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iOS Swift 2.0 Protocols Swift 2.0 Protocols Declaring a Protocol

Paul Je
Paul Je
4,435 Points

Not sure what I'm missing here..

Did what the question told me to, but not sure why it's not going through, anyone know? Thanks in advance!

protocols.swift
protocol UserType {
  var name: String {get} 
  var age: Int {get} - {set}
}

2 Answers

Your get set syntax is incorrect. For whatever reason the workspace is very sensitive to white-space. Ensure there is a space between the brackets and the words inside them. See below.

protocol UserType { var name: String { get } var age: Int { get set } }

Paul Je
Paul Je
4,435 Points

Thanks Damion, I figured it out from the next code challenge, but it was confusing because it only said you should use a dash and that you should close off each type of property with curly braces ..