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iOS Object-Oriented Swift 2.0 Complex Data Structures Declaring a Struct

Swift

Challenge Task 1 of 1

In this task, we're going to create our first struct. Declare a struct named User.

Give it two constant stored properties - name of type String and age of type Int.

My code no work....

structs.swift
// Enter your code below
struct User {
let name String
let age  Int 
}

4 Answers

Hi Ary! I believe you need to add " : " between the constant name and the type. For example something like this...

let name : String

I hope it helps.

-Roman

// Enter your code below

Enter your code below struct User { let name: String let age: Int }

David Mohler
David Mohler
1,814 Points

This should work.

struct User {
let name: String
let age:  Int 
}

// Enter your code below struct User { let name: String let age: Int }