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iOS Swift Basics Swift Types String Manipulation

Alejandro Cervantes
Alejandro Cervantes
119 Points

I can't go any further... can someone tell me what am I doing wrong?

Im having trouble with the test. I have been checking and I can not tell where is my mistake. let name = "Alejandro" let greeting = "Hi there (name)"

is this wrong?

let name = "Alejandro"
let greeting = "Hi there \(name)"

1 Answer

Tijo Thomas
Tijo Thomas
9,737 Points

@alejandrocervantes2 Everything you did was correct. If you look at the question, the last part says "As an example, the final value of greeting could be "Hi there, Linda". You are missing the comma after "there". That should take care of the problem.