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iOS Object-Oriented Swift Complex Data Structures Adding Instance Methods

uygar özcan
uygar özcan
643 Points

What is wrong ? Its working in Xcode.

} struct Person { let firstName: String let lastName: String

func fullName () -> String {
    return  "\(firstName)" + " " +  "\(lastName)"
}

} let aPerson = Person (firstName: "uygar", lastName: "özcan") let myFullName = aPerson.fullName()

structs.swift
struct Person {
    let firstName: String
    let lastName: String

  func fullName () -> String {
        return  "\(firstName)" + " " +  "\(lastName)"
    }
}
let aPerson = Person (firstName: "uygar", lastName: "ozc")
let myFullName = aPerson.fullName()

3 Answers

Hey, your answer is right, but the challenge will only pass here if the parentheses are directly after the fullName function declaration.

struct Person {
    let firstName: String
    let lastName: String

  func fullName() -> String {
        return  "\(firstName)" + " " +  "\(lastName)"
    }
}
let aPerson = Person(firstName: "uygar", lastName: "ozc")
let myFullName = aPerson.fullName()
Heidi Puk Hermann
Heidi Puk Hermann
33,351 Points

You have a space between Person and your input:

let aPerson = Person (firstName: "uygar", lastName: "ozc")
// should be
let aPerson = Person(firstName: "uygar", lastName: "ozc")

Then it should work.