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

Jomar Martinez
Jomar Martinez
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using the NOT operator


var initialScore = 8 initialScore = initialScore + 1 let totalScore = ++initialScore

In this little game, If the player has 10 pts He wins, if not he loses.

Now, I have to use the NOT operator to to check if the Player has 10 points. What is the code? What should i do?

1 Answer


You'd need to use != for example if score != 10 ...

I'd also suggest googling items like this as it is very basic and common that you'd find a solution quicker.