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What does (success) and (failure) actually pertain to?
I'm a bit confused by one bit of the code used in this exercise.
This is the bit I am confused by: case .Success(let success): println(success)
What is actually going on in this portion of the code? What do the (success) and (failure) parts mean?
Loubna Aggoun4,052 Points
What I understood from the video :
This lets you define a constant to which the associated value will be assigned.
case .Success(let success):
So if you decide to print the value, now you can