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switch weather { case "rain": print("Bring an umbrella") case "snow": print("Wrap up warm") case "sunny": print("Wear sunscreen") default: print("Enjoy your day!") } This piece of code is not working, why?

   

I reformatted the text and added a let statement and it's working for me.

let weather = "rain"
switch weather {
case "rain": print("Bring an umbrella")
case "snow": print("Wrap up warm")
case "sunny": print("Wear sunscreen")
default: print("Enjoy your day!")
}

   

@SwiftCodingg If a peice of code is not working and there is an error message it a good idea to give that as well. eg your code above give Cannot find 'weather' in scope. however as @microenh add weather. it works!

   

@SwiftCodinng As mentioned in your other (of 3) thread for this question, your code is fine; whatever is happening is a Visual Studio issue, not a Swift issue.

Please delete your duplicate threads.

   

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