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Pankha Singh1,152 Points
how do I do this
whatever I do. this won't let me pass
// Enter your code below let name = "Pankha" let greeting = " Hi ther, \(name) "
Matt Skelton4,548 Points
The compiler is pretty strict and requires you to assign very specific values to your variables.
As an example, the final value of greeting could be "Hi there, Linda".
So, we're trying to achieve a string with the value of "Hi there, Pankha". Compare that to what you currently have, which is " Hi ther, Pankha ".
Notice the extra spaces at the start and end of the string? They'll cause you problems. Finally, correct the typo to 'there', and you'll be good to go. Just bear this sort of thing in mind when tackling future challenges, as it's a common issue that may trip you up!