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Android Build a Simple Android App with Kotlin Improving Our Code Creating a New Class

Challenge Task 2 of 2 Now add a String property named title and set it to, "Android Adventures".

Please help I am stuck

public class PictureBook {
    public String title;


1 Answer

Karen Fletcher
Karen Fletcher
19,189 Points

For Kotlin, variables are declared using the val/var keyword, followed by the name you want to give your variable, then the return type. You set a variable using = like so:

var title: String = "Android Adventures"

Kotlin can also infer types, so the String type declaration isn't 100% necessary.