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iOS Swift Basics (retired) Control Flow If Statement

Console log won't show in assistant editor

When click "show assistant editor, it comes up blank. There's no console log to show what was printed.

Any ideas to what could be the problem?

I'm running on the most updated version of Xcode which does have some syntax changes from when this video was made.

2 Answers

Albert González
Albert González
22,953 Points

Make a clean of your project and rebuild it. Try also to debug your code

Hi Jeremy, I'm not sure when this change was implemented but you must now go to View > Debug Area > Show Debug Area to view along in the console.