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iOS Swift 2.0 Protocols Swift 2.0 Protocols Protocols With Methods

woha im lost

totally lost.

protocols.swift
// Declare protocol here
protocol ColorSwitchable {
    switchColor.Color(color)
}


enum LightState {
  case On, Off
}

enum Color {
  case RGB(Double, Double, Double, Double)
  case HSB(Double, Double, Double, Double)
}

class WifiLamp {
  let state: LightState
  var color: Color

  init() {
    self.state = .On
    self.color = .RGB(0,0,0,0)
  }
}

1 Answer

cm21
cm21
150,854 Points

Hi Thomas,

According to the instructions, we need to create a a method named switchColor that takes a value of Color as an argument. Your current code looks as if you're trying to call switchColor, but we haven't defined that yet. So let's get the method declared, using the func keyword to define it.

For example, we might get rid of:

protocol ColorSwitchable {
    switchColor.Color(color)
}

And replace it with:

protocol ColorSwitchable {
    func switchColor(color: Color)
}

Hope this helps!