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Johnny Torres1,338 Points
Am I close? var str = "language" str = "swift"
var str = "language"
str = "swift"
// Enter your code below var str = "language"
Zachary Betz10,401 Points
Johnny, you're close. You would write it like:
var language = "Swift"
Let's break this down a bit, though.
var is the keyword used when you are declaring a variable.
language is the name of the variable.
Swift is the value that you are assigning to the variable. In this case,
Swift is a string, and you know this because it is surrounded in double quotes, i.e. "Swift"
Variables are values that CAN change so when you first set language value to "Swift", you can change it later on to something else, in this case "Objective-C". Your code should look like this:
var language = "Swift" language = "Objective-C"
I hope that I helped you! ;)