Patricia Patricia - 1 month ago 7
Swift Question

Swift 4 Function parameter var

I am very new to Swift. I am trying to create func...

func circlesDisabledCondition(playerScoreValue: var) {

if playerScoreValue < 1 {
circle1.isEnabled = false
}
if playerScoreValue < 5 {
circle5.isEnabled = false
}
if playerScoreValue < 50 {
circle50.isEnabled = false
}
if playerScoreValue < 100 {
circle100.isEnabled = false
}
else {
circlesEnabled()
}
}


Of course (playerScoreValue: var) doesn't work, I have no idea how can I write it down.

Calling func example (wrong it is just example that I am looking for something like that...)

circlesDisabledCondition(playerScoreValue: player2ScoreValue)


I am looking for this output.

if player2ScoreValue < 1 {
circle1.isEnabled = false
}
if player2ScoreValue < 5 {
circle5.isEnabled = false
}
if player2ScoreValue < 50 {
circle50.isEnabled = false
}
if player2ScoreValue < 100 {
circle100.isEnabled = false
}
else {
circlesEnabled()
}


Many thanks

Answer Source

Replace var with whatever type your playerScoreValue is. If it's an integer, use Int, if it's a float, use float etc.

You can call your function with any variable or value as long as it's of the specified type.