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iOS Object-Oriented Swift Class Inheritance Creating a Subclass

what am i doing wrong?

please check my code

class Vehicle {
  var numberOfDoors: Int
  var numberOfWheels: Int

  init(withDoors doors: Int, andWheels wheels: Int) {
      self.numberOfDoors = doors
      self.numberOfWheels = wheels

// Enter your code below

class Car: Vehicle {

var numberOfSeats: Int

 override init(withDoors doors: Int, andWheels wheels: Int) {
      self.numberOfSeats = 4
      super.init(withDoors: doors, andWheels: wheels)

let someCar = Car(withDoors: 2, andWheels: 4)

2 Answers

Michael Hulet
Michael Hulet
47,842 Points

Your problem is a simple one that even the most experienced programmers make all the time. All you did was forget a closing bracket. Specifically, you never closed the initializer that you overrode, so if you put a closing bracket at the end of that method, your code should no longer produce a syntax error

also need to fix the super.init line to include the Ints instead of the local names. super.init(withDoors: 4, withWheels: 4) that along with above remarks will pass the challenge