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halimat yusuf2,290 Points
Given the constant named language, write a println statement which will print the following string: i'm stuck help i
Given the constant named language, write a println statement which will print the following string: "Learning Swift".
Use the language constant within the string you pass to your println statement. Practice using string interpolation. i've watched the video over and over again but i still don't get it
let language = "Swift"
With string interpolation you can merge together strings you want to say the same with something that might be a variable or a constant from elsewhere in your code (say as the result of a function). You could try something like this:
println("Learning \(language)") // this will use whatever you have declared as the language constant.
If xcode complains about println, try print instead - newer versions of swift only allow the latter. If you want to include a new line after your statement you'll need to add the appendNewline parameter.