Making an integer not reset after game over

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I feel like this should be really simple but I cant find a tutorial to explain it and unfortunately I'm not experienced enough to solve it myself and basically rely on tutorials to learn.

I have a game and if you jump over an object you get a point. Please try to imagine with me if you will, I have set it up so there are two numbers on the screen. One number is in the top right and the other in the top left. As of right now, both numbers get +1 when the player jumps over an object, which is what I want. The problem is, both numbers are reset when the player loses. I want the value in the top left to not reset, and keep being added on to with each point the player gets.

If someone could help me with a simple solution for this I'd be very grateful!!!

Also, I should mention I'm using Swift and Spritekit
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Well… just don't set it to 0... Somewhere you have code that's setting it, so just don't do it.

It's not possible to give you any more specific advice than that without seeing code.
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