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iOS Swift Basics Swift Types String Manipulation

John Gilmer
PLUS
John Gilmer
Courses Plus Student 3,782 Points

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strings.swift
let name = "John"
let greeting = "Hi there, \(name)"
let finalGreeting = "\(greeting) How are you?" 
Jason Anders
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,692 Points

Hi John Gilmer

Please fix the Title of your post and the description in the Body. "e" is just gibberish and not acceptable posting practice for the Treehouse Community. This kind of post makes the Community look unprofessional and confusing. Please fix the above ASAP.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Jason ~Treehouse Community Moderator

1 Answer

Jonathan Ruiz
Jonathan Ruiz
2,998 Points

Hey John, for the second part of this challenge you use string concatenation not string interpolation.

let phrase = "Hi there Elliot"

let concatenationExample = phrase + "How are you ?" 

hope this helps