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iOS Swift Closures Closures and Closure Expressions Using Filter

Austin Hawks
Austin Hawks
Courses Plus Student 3,003 Points

When I type it in xcode, the code works, and I'm doing what the question wants, but treehouse isn't letting me pass.

It worked when I tested it out in xcode. Happy coding

let numbers = [Int](0...50)

// Enter your code below
func isOdd(numbers: Int) -> Bool {
 return numbers%2 == 0 

2 Answers

So close. It's your logic, not your syntax.

func isOdd(number: Int) -> Bool {
 return number % 2 != 0   //not equal!