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iOS Object-Oriented Swift Value vs Reference Types Final Exam - Solution

Kenton Raiford
Kenton Raiford
5,101 Points

Why is sides an Int and not a Double?

Why is sides an Int and not a Double?

Matthew Panton
Matthew Panton
15,228 Points

Because you can't have 3.5 sides on a shape. It has to have a whole number of sides

Kenton Raiford
Kenton Raiford
5,101 Points

That makes sense Matthew. Thank you!