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iOS Swift Basics Swift Types Mixed Types

help please

what's wrong

// Enter your code below
let title: string = "a dog with a frog"
var rating = 7.5
var isAvailable = false

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,744 Points

I don't know where you got that top line, but the instructions say "Declare a constant named title and assign it the string: "A Dance with Dragons"" :see_no_evil:

let title = "A Dance with Dragons"

Note that putting quotes around something makes it a string. You don't need the word "string".