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iOS Swift Enums and Structs Enums Enum Members and Raw Values

Why is this not correct?

I don't understand what needs to be done here :(

How can we return an Int?

enum Speed: Int {
    case Slow = 10
    case Medium = 50
    case Fast = 100

var turtleSpeed: Int = Speed(rawValue: 10)

2 Answers

Hi Benjamin,

This one needs you to use dot notation to access the rawValue:

enum Speed: Int {
    case Slow = 10, Medium = 50, Fast = 100

var turtleSpeed = Speed.Slow.rawValue

I hope that helps.


Oooh, OK! I understand now.

Thanks for the help Steve!


No problem!