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iOS Swift 2.0 Basics Swift Types String Manipulation

Gustav Svedung
Gustav Svedung
3,227 Points

Code works i Xcode but isn't seen as correct in challenge

This code works in Xcode, but isn't recognized as correct in the task. Why is that?

// Enter your code below
let name = "Gus"
let greeting = "\("Hi there,") \(name)\(".")"

2 Answers

Kyle Lambert
Kyle Lambert
1,969 Points

Hi Gustav, interpolation only needs to be used for variables or constants with stored properties let name = "Gus"

let name = "Gus"
let greeting = "Hi there, \(name)."

Hi there hasn't been declared as a constant, therefore doesn't need interpolation syntax \()

This can also be written as:

let name = "Gus"
let someGreeting = "Hi there"
let greeting = "\(someGreeting), \(name)."

But for this challenge, use the first answer. Second answer is only displayed for a deeper understanding of how interpolation works.

Moderator Edited: Changed response from Comment to Answer so it may be upvoted / marked as Best Answer