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iOS Swift 2.0 Protocols Swift 2.0 Protocols Declaring a Protocol

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Why do you test us over things you haven't taught us yet? I get you want us to think but sometimes syntax isn't intuitiv

How does one combine get and set? I don't know the syntax and it hasn't been taught in these videos. I have been noticing this happening a lot in this track...

protocol UserType {
  var name: String { get } ,{ set }
  var age: Int { get } ,{ set }

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zachary, I guess they thought the hints were enough. But I agree, sometimes what's helpful to folk who have done it before is not so helpful for us when we are doing it for the first time!

Here, try this:

protocol UserType {
  var name: String { get }
  var age: Int { get set }

P.S., you were close!!