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iOS Swift Basics (retired) Types Numbers

Osama Basha
Osama Basha
185 Points

Don't really get this please help Answer this if you can :(

I cant do this!!!

numbers.swift
let language;("A Dance with Dragons")

2 Answers

What are you trying to do ? if you are assigning a value to a variable either you use var or let. And also when you declare let it is a constant which means you cannot change the value assign whenever you want. Hope that helps var my_name = "Meek "
let my_name = " Meek "

Riley Spencer
Riley Spencer
1,753 Points

You've made a simple mistake here! In-between the word language and the bracket, you've put a semi-colon (;) instead of an equal sign. Make sure there are spaces next to it as well, other wise it might think the the whole code is the same word!