iOS Swift Basics Swift Operators Working With Operators: Part 2

Emil Haroutunian
Emil Haroutunian
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Working with Operators

In this game of ours, we have an odd scoring mechanism . At the end of the round, if your score is 10, you lose! If it's anything but 10, you win.

Declare a constant named isWinner and assign the results of a comparison operation to check whether the player has won or not. For example, if the total score is not 10, then the player has won and isWinner should equal true. (Hint: Use the NOT operator)

operators.swift
// Enter your code below

var initialScore = 8

initialScore += 1

let isWinner = results  

1 Answer

Kyle Vandeven
Kyle Vandeven
10,500 Points

You got the first part right, but in order to correctly solve the second part of the challenge, we need to assign the isWinner constant to a boolean value that is true if the player has won (when the score is not 10), or false (if the score is 10). This can be done like this...

var initialScore = 8
initialScore += 1

let isWinner = initialScore != 10