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iOS Swift 2.0 Basics Swift Types String Manipulation

explain: using an interpolated string or an example.

How can I backup to see previous lesson?

// Enter your code below

let name =  "Russ"
let greeting = "Hi there, "
"\(greeting) \(name)"

1 Answer

Hi Shelli,

You've nearly got that - very close indeed.

You have a constant called name and you want to use that inside a String that's going to be assigned to another constant called greeting. You just need to put the name part inside the string you've called greeting. That could look like this:

let name = "Steve"
let greeting = "Hi there, \(name)."

To go back from a quiz to a video, use the breadcumb tracker across the top of the screen. Underneath where it says "Swift 2.0 Basics" there's a row of arrows or play symbols - that's your course progress. Click on the one prior to where you currently are (which is circled) and you'll go back one step.