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Frank Görlich1,326 Points
The exact SAME code for my "if-conditional" sometimes WORKS, and sometimes DOESN'T work.
I was thinking of an alternative implementation for the FizzBuzz game, so I chose the C-style "for-iterator" and an "if-conditional".
Strangely enough, the code didn't work. So I rewrote the two "else if" statement, and voilà, it worked. The exact same code.
Then I pasted the old code over it, and even though nothing changed, it threw up 3 errors.
One works, one doesn't. What the hell?!
Max Hirsh16,773 Points
Hey there, so I could be wrong about this, but using the style I found in this control flow example from apple:
it looks like swift likes you to start the else if statements on the same line as the end bracket for the previous control flow operator (if or else if). I could be wrong but in my experience xcode is pretty finicky about how you style/space things.