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iOS Swift Basics (retired) Control Flow While and Do-While Loop

Steve Dowd
Steve Dowd
1,745 Points

What is the answer to this challenge?

Question

while_loops.swift
let numbers = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10]
index = 0
while do { 
println(let numbers[index])index++} while index < todo.count

2 Answers

Tim McEwan
Tim McEwan
19,537 Points

When posting in a forum please insert the question of what we are trying to help answer.

In the task you're asked to use a while loop, not a do-while loop. Also, I'm not sure why you have the word "while" written twice. You also haven't declared index, and when using numbers in your while loop, you must drop "let" or else the compiler will think you're attempting to redeclare it.

I think you should re-watch the previous video and try tackling this again. Clean up your code, and try again. If you need help, then post in this thread again and I'll assist you.