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Create a new string named aString that contains the text "Objective-C is fun" returns error

The error message is:

Bummer! It looks like your string has the wrong value.

Here is the code I entered:

NSString *aString = @"Objective-C is fun.";

Can't figure out my error. Help!

That did the trick; thank you!

1 Answer

Try removing the period after "fun" in your string.