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iOS Swift Basics Swift Types String Manipulation

concatenation of strings

Where I went wrong?

// Enter your code below
let name = "Gopi"
let greeting = "Hi there, \(name)"
let finalGreeting = "\(greeting)  How are you? "

3 Answers

Tiffany White
Tiffany White
5,373 Points

In order to concatenate strings, you'll need to add the + between the two variables, name and greeting in finalGreeting. So:

let finalGreeting = name + greeting;
Tiffany White
Tiffany White
5,373 Points

Also it looks like you're trying to use format strings, correct?

Jabes Pauya
Jabes Pauya
Courses Plus Student 2,432 Points

I solved my finalGreeting by doing this

let finalGreeting = greeting + "How are you?"

as a string concatenation requirement for the final constant