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Matthew Hoyer732 Points
I am having trouble with the string interpolation challenge. I don't know what I am doing wrong?
I have to create a constant for name and greeting, which I did and then it says add a string interpolation with the greeting as well?
let name = "Matthew." let greeting = "Hi there," let concatenatedGreeting = greeting + name //String Interpolation let interpolatedGreeting = "\(greeting), \(name)"
Reed Carson8,306 Points
Try putting the period in the interpolated greeting, not hard coded as part of your name