JustinM JustinM - 5 months ago 5x
Swift Question

How to get the values of two seperate Int arrays paired by index and then do conditional operation on certain pairs?

So for my first project I have been working on building a golf scorecard app. I have one array for each of a players 18 holes scores and a separate array in another class for the course par. I can get the total score subtracted from the total par to get an end result of a score 90(+18). However, if all the holes have a par set but the player only completed 9 holes the score will look like 45(-27). Players scores are 0 by default so I was thinking of trying to do

zip(playerScoreArray, courseParArray).enumerate().filter()

where I would filter out any playerScore Holes that != 0, add those together, take the par for each of those holes and add those together, and subtract the total completed playerHoleScores from courseParNubers. This would give me an accurate + or - par only on the holes they have completed so far.

I've used the Array.reduce(0, combine +) but other than that I'm still learning the more complex ways of manipulating collections and closures.

Example of what I'm trying to accomplish:

let playerScoreArray = [7, 5, 6, 4, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0]
let holeParArray = [4, 3, 5, 5, 4, 3, 4, 4, 4]
// get result 7-4, 5-3, 6-5, 4-5 = +5
// currentResult = 22-36 = -14



You could either make that test inside reduce and only add those where the player score was non-zero:

let total = zip(playerScoreArray, holeParArray).reduce(0) { (sum, pair) in
    return pair.0 == 0 ? sum : sum + pair.0 - pair.1

Or filter those pairs out before calling reduce:

let total = zip(playerScoreArray, holeParArray).filter({ $0.0 > 0 }).reduce(0) { (sum, pair) in
    return sum + pair.0 - pair.1