## Checkpoint 3 - a cleaner solution

 Feb '22 Hi, I think this solutions is a bit cleaner than the proposed in the video. It prevents the nested code and the duplication of the check for the case 5: ``````for i in 1...100 { var text = "" if i.isMultiple(of: 3) { text += "Fizz" } if i.isMultiple(of: 5) { text += "Buzz" } print(text.isEmpty ? i : text) }`````` What do you think? 2 Feb '22 Nice job! Indeed it is cleaner. Here'a challenge for you. Think about your solution, and reduce it to one line of code! Try it first before looking at > FizzBuzz in One Line 3 Feb '22 Ey @Obelix! It's cool you solutions, very interesting to play with it. But it's more difficult to read. Thanks for your review! 2 Feb '22 Making that a one-liner is just mean to whomever follows you on future edits. After 35 years doing this, readable, maintainable code wins every single time. "Clever" gets nothing but contempt during a code review, updates, or bug fix. :D 3 Feb '22 Antonio chides: But it's more difficult to read. Chris agrees with: Making that a one-liner is just mean to whomever follows you on future edits. After 35 years doing this, readable, maintainable code wins every single time. Hey! I agree with both of you. I was just trying to have fun and test the boundaries. We had a lunchtime coding contest at work last year, and I submitted a similar entry, for fun. 4 Feb '22 Great! 💪 2 Jun '22 Hi sorry to bother you i really liked that approach But i cant really understand the print call. Could you maybe break it down for me? ^^ 2 Jun '22 Remember both codes (Antonio's above and Obelix's linked) basically return the same thing - multiples of 3 are Fizz, multiples of 5 are Buzz and multiples of 15 are FizzBuzz. The key for me to understand Obelix's code was to replace the 🍺 with an i (that is what Antonio uses above). This is just a variable name and it can be anything you want. Personally, I think Obelix's version is hilarious and awesome! Can't wait to use this somewhere in my code just for the fun of it. 3

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