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iOS Object-Oriented Swift Complex Data Structures Custom Initializers

Hasseeb Hussain
Hasseeb Hussain
2,154 Points

Not sure what's gone wrong?

Need a little help, tia!

structs.swift
struct RGBColor {
  let red: Double
  let green: Double
  let blue: Double
  let alpha: Double

  let description: String

  // Add your code below

  init(red: Double, green: Double, blue: Double, alpha: Double) {
  self.red = red
  self.green = green
  self.blue = blue
  self.alpha = alpha

  self.description = "red: \(red), green: \(green), blue: \(blue), alpha: \(alpha)"

}

3 Answers

Jeff McDivitt
Jeff McDivitt
23,970 Points

Looks like you are missing a closed parentheses

struct RGBColor {
  let red: Double
  let green: Double
  let blue: Double
  let alpha: Double

  let description: String

  // Add your code below

  init(red: Double, green: Double, blue: Double, alpha: Double) {

      self.red = red
      self.green = green
      self.blue = blue
      self.alpha = alpha

      self.description = ("red: \(red), green: \(green), blue: \(blue), alpha: \(alpha)")


  }
}
Jennifer Nordell
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Jennifer Nordell
Treehouse Teacher

Hi there! You are not missing a parenthesis. The code given in the other answer shows a string inside of parentheses, but this is not necessary. What you are missing, however, is a closed curly brace at the bottom. You need an extra one of these }.

Happy coding! :sparkles:

Jeff McDivitt
Jeff McDivitt
23,970 Points

Closing Bracket! That is the word I was looking for Thanks Jennifer Nordell

Hasseeb Hussain
Hasseeb Hussain
2,154 Points

Thanks guys, silly mistake!