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iOS Swift 2.0 Basics Swift Operators Working With Operators: Part 2


Please help me answer this, I can't solve.

1 Answer

Hi Maged,

The first part wants you to assign an incremeneted value of initialScore to totalScore so they both have the same value. To do this, use the increment operator, ++. If you put that in front of the variable you want to increment (add one to), it'll do the increment first, then do the assignment. So:

let totalScore = ++initialScore

This adds one to initialScore then assigns that new value into totalScore.

Next, you want to see if totalScore is not equal to 10; evauate that to true or false and assign that value into a constant called isWinner. So, you want to see if totalScore is not equals - that's this operator: !=. Compare totalScore to 10 using that, and assign the result into isWinner:

let isWinner = totalScore != 10

I hope that helps.