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iOS Build a Simple iPhone App with Objective-C Getting Started With Xcode String Basics

Compiler error - Create a variable named bestSmartphone of type NSString with the value "iPhone"

Why is this code wrong??? I'm getting a compiler error when submitting. It works in Xcode but not in the browser. WHY???

string_assignment.m
NSString *bestSmartPhone = @"iPhone";

2 Answers

Leopoldo Benavides
Leopoldo Benavides
12,834 Points

bestSmartPhone... your P needed to be lower case p bestSmartphone

NSString *bestSmartphone = @"iPhone";

Got it to work by cutting and pasting the EXACT same code into the browser.....weird.