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iOS Swift Basics An Introduction to Swift Programming Working With Constants

Create a constant named favoriteDessert and assign to it a string containing your favorite dessert. Remember the syntax


// Enter your code below
let str = "favoritedessert"

1 Answer

let str = "favoritedessert"

With the code above your constant is named str and has been assigned a value of "favoritedessert". Instead of str you want a constant named favoriteDessert. Instead of "favoritedessert" assign your favorite dessert in quotes.