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iOS Swift Functions and Optionals Parameters and Tuples Named Parameters

4 Answers

i think you should add a '#' in front of the parameter name, so it should be:

func greeting(#person: String){
}
Edwin Mhoy Silva Rifa
Edwin Mhoy Silva Rifa
2,631 Points

But they say i have to pass a string to the name Jerry?

Right, so you will want to pass it like this:

greeting(person: "Jerry")
Edwin Mhoy Silva Rifa
Edwin Mhoy Silva Rifa
2,631 Points

I did that, I´m at the secound assignmet

Ok great! Good luck

No problem