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# Stuck on Functions Code Challenge.

The code challenge keep asking me to "Make sure you're specifying the correct return type for the function and returning the correct value!" I'm a slightly confused as to what it means "correct return type" If someone could explain what I've missed I'd really appreciate it. Thank you for your time.

functions.swift
```// Enter your code below
func temperatureInFahrenheit (temperature: Double) -> Int {
let temperature = 78
return temperature
}
```

Hey Sean,

Jason's answer is correct. One other key point, though: since this is in a function definition, this means later in your code you (or someone else) will be passing a number into the function. By explicitly creating a constant named `temperature` inside the function, you're effectively ignoring future you's input. Here's what would happen:

dontDoThis.swift
```func temperatureInFahrenheit (temperature: Double) -> Int {
let temperature = 78
return temperature
}

let fTemp = temperatureInFahrenheit(10.0)

print(fTemp) // 78!
```

Hope this makes sense!

MOD

Hey Sean,

You've almost got it, there is just a couple of things.

First, you are getting that error, because the challenge wants the `return type` to be `Double` and you have coded a `return type` of `Int` (the declaration after the -> is the return type.

Second, the challenge didn't ask for you to declare a value for the variable `temperature` (and challenges are very picky). It just wants you to return it.

```func temperatureInFahrenheit (temperature: Double) -> Double {
return temperature
}
```

Hope that helps. :)