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iOS Swift Functions and Optionals Optionals What is an Optional?

what is problem here

func search(#name: String) -> String? { let names = ["Doc","Grumpy","Happy","Sleepy","Bashful","Sneezy","Dopey"] for n in names { if n == name { return n } } return nil }

if let result = search("Doc"){ println("Found: (result) ") }

1 Answer

Frezy Mboumba
Frezy Mboumba
3,642 Points

Actually, the first part of your code is right but you should just change your last line of where you used optional binding to html <p> if let result = search(name: "Doc"){ println("Found") }</p> They just asked you to print the string "Found" not the result. Hope it Helped!