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John Garratt371 Points
I cannot figure this problem out please help me!!!
I got the first part but I cannot for the life of me figure out the second part
// Enter your code below let firstValue = 4 let secondValue = 2 let product = firstValue * secondValue let output: (4) * (2) = (8)
Steven Parker210,128 Points
The code looks good until the last line, it has a few issues:
- the assignment operator is "=" (instead of ":")
- the entire string should be enclosed in quotes
- there should not be any numbers used, just variable names
- the interpolation tokens inside the string are like this \(variable_name)
You might want to revisit the Strings video where interpolation is introduced.