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walter fernandez4,992 Points
how can i interpreter that?
they ask me to do the same but with concatenating and add how are you
// Enter your code below let name = "walter" let greeting = Hi there, +" "+ name let finalGreeting = greeting +", "+", "+ how are you?
This is what they are looking for:
// Enter your code below let name = "Marlon" let greeting = "Hi there, \(name)" let finalGreeting = greeting + "" + "How are you?"
encapsulating the var name in
Swift \() is what string interpolation is, you concatenating strings, and also your "Hi there" was not a string, you did not have it in quotes. Hope this helped.