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iOS Swift Collections and Control Flow Introduction to Collections Working With Arrays

Ryan Rassoli
Ryan Rassoli
3,365 Points

Stuck!

I know everything is correct except for the last line of code. Can someone please help? Thanks!

array.swift
// Enter your code below
var arrayOfInts = [1,2,3,4,5,6]
arrayOfInts.append (7)
arrayOfInts += [8]
let arrayOfInts [4] = value

1 Answer

Simon Di Giovanni
Simon Di Giovanni
8,429 Points

Hi Ryan!

You're almost there mate. You've just got the last line around the wrong way!

When declaring constants and variables, the name of the constant or variable is always on the lefthand side of the = sign, on the same side as var or let.

Like so!

var arrayOfInts = [1,2,3,4,5,6]
arrayOfInts.append (7)
arrayOfInts += [8]
let value = arrayOfInts[4]

Hope this helps!