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iOS Swift Functions and Optionals Functions Creating a Function

What am I doing wrong?

I watched the tutorial three times but still can't manage to solve it

greeting.swift
func greeting () {
    println("Hello")
}

greeting()
Carl Edwards
Carl Edwards
13,128 Points

Hey Carlos! Everything you have down is perfect... be sure to semi-colons. That will actually CALL on the function

func greeting() { println("Hello"); }

greeting();

2 Answers

It looks like you have a space between the function name and the ().

func greeting() {
  println("Hello")
 }

 greeting()

I figured it out. All i need to do is remove the call func in the bottom