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iOS Functions in Swift Functions in Swift Recap: Functions

Ruben Corvalan
Ruben Corvalan
782 Points

Simple Function Question

With the following code, the checker is returning the following error comment:

Bummer! Make sure you're declaring a function named temperatureInFahrenheit.

I have indeed declared the correct function name. I also copy and pasted this result to Xcode and it works with no problem.

Why the checker is indicating an error?

// Enter your code below
func temperatureInFarenheit (temperature: Double)->Double {
    return temperature

3 Answers

Check your spelling :]

Olivier Vanbiervliet
Olivier Vanbiervliet
11,464 Points

The function name contains a typo, it should be temperatureInFa*h*renheit

Ruben Corvalan
Ruben Corvalan
782 Points

Thanks so much.

That was a stupid mistake!

You guys are very patient!