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@avan thank you so much sir from the deepest of my heart, i have spent days trying to find answer to this problem and googling for solution but failed and i wanted to give up, you are a life saver

can anyone one help me know to solve this...i am new to coding and i really confused.
using Swift or Javascript...
Create a function called "timeAdder" that can add two time values together. For example, it should be able to add 25 hours and 3 days together.The function should accept 4 parameters:
value1, label1, value2, label2

value1 and value2 should accept positive integers

label1 and label2 should accept any of the following strings: "seconds", "minutes", "hours", "days", "second", "minute", "hour", "day"
For example your function may be called in any of the following ways:
timeAdder(1,"minute",3,"minutes")
timeAdder(5,"days",25,"hours")
timeAdder(1,"minute",240,"seconds")
Requirements:

Your function should include at least one switch

Your function must accept any possible combination of inputs

If the inputs are valid, it should return a tuple with 2 variables inside of it: value3, and label3. For example:
return (5,"minutes"). The exact label you choose to return for label3 ("minutes" for example) is up to you.
 If the inputs are invalid or impossible, it should return false. Here are examples of impossible and invalid inputs:
timeAdder(5,"hour",5,"minutes") // This is impossible because "hour" is singular and 5 is plural
timeAdder(false,false,5,"minutes") // This is invalid because the first 2 arguments are not the correct types
timeAdder({},"days",5,"minutes") // This is invalid because the first argument is the wrong type
