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iOS Swift Basics (retired) Control Flow If Statement

Carlos Alvarez Avila
Carlos Alvarez Avila
4,463 Points

what´s wrong with my code?

i think i got my code well done, what´s wrong with it?

months.swift
let months = [1, 2, 3]
for month in months{
if month == 1 {
println ("January")
} else if month == 2 {
println("February")
} else {
print("March")
}
}

2 Answers

In your final "else" block, you wrote print instead of println. Just change it to

println("March")
Marc Schultz
Marc Schultz
23,356 Points

Right, that's a simple typo, which is only a mistake in Xcode 6, but in Xcode 7 it would fine.

Marc Schultz
Marc Schultz
23,356 Points

What you're expecting? It is working, not good, but working. I'd use enums instead.

Carlos Alvarez Avila
Carlos Alvarez Avila
4,463 Points

its asking me to do this: You are provided with a constant array named months that contains 3 consecutive numbers starting at 1. Using a for-in loop and an if statement, print out "January" when you encounter a 1, "February" when you encounter a 2, and finally "March" when you encounter a 3.

Marc Schultz
Marc Schultz
23,356 Points

That's what you're already doing, except of the typo you made.

Carlos Alvarez Avila
Carlos Alvarez Avila
4,463 Points

thanks, i´m using Xcode 7 and i get used to print