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iOS Swift Closures Closures and Closure Expressions Using Filter

Will Matthews
Will Matthews
8,127 Points

Why doesn't my isOdd function pass the test?

Running into a problem with these challenges again. I don't understand what's wrong with this code. It works fine again in Xcode. Ideas?

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

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

2 Answers

That’s because the calculation you are doing makes it even.. not odd.

Try return i % 2 == 1

Will Matthews
Will Matthews
8,127 Points

Uhhhh yup, solid point you make there. head smack So can I accept my award for dumbest question now, or do I need to mail something in. :/ Thanks!

Mental note: no more coding while on the sauce.

lol it happens.. you got it tho.