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iOS Swift Basics An Introduction to Swift Programming Working With Constants

Can you help me?

The problem is I wrote this code: let constant = "favouriteDessert" and Bummer appears and it says: Your code could not be compiled. Please click on "Preview" to view the compiler errors, but in section "Preview" there is nothing written. Thank you in advance :)

2 Answers

The keyword for declaring a constant type value in Swift is "let". favoriteDessert is the name you assign to the constant, not the value it is set to.

let favoriteDessert = "Cake"

XD that I didn't think of fatigue and unnecessarily created the whole topic. Sorry for that :P