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iOS Generics in Swift Generic Functions, Parameters and Constraints CSS Background Blend Modes Challenge

Roland Schützenhofer
Roland Schützenhofer
4,311 Points

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func map<T,U>(array: [T], transformation: (T)->U, test: U) -> [U] { var resultArray: [U] = [] var counter = 0 for i in 1...array.count{ print(counter) resultArray.append(transformation(array[counter])) counter += 1 } return resultArray }

generics.swift
func map<T,U>(array: [T], transformation: (T)->U, test: U) -> [U] {

    var resultArray: [U] = []
    var counter = 0
    for i in 1...array.count{
        print(counter)
        resultArray.append(transformation(array[counter]))
        counter += 1
    }
    return resultArray

}

1 Answer

Caleb Kleveter
MOD
Caleb Kleveter
Treehouse Moderator 37,862 Points

You added an extra parameter to the function. Remove test and it will work:

 func map<T,U>(array: [T], transformation: (T)->U) -> [U] {

    var resultArray: [U] = []
    var counter = 0
    for i in 1...array.count{
        print(counter)
        resultArray.append(transformation(array[counter]))
        counter += 1
    }
    return resultArray

}