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iOS Swift Basics (retired) Variables and Constants Variables

AJ Thomas
AJ Thomas
249 Points

I dont get how to make the var greeting

I put: var greeting = "Hello"

var grreting = "Hello"

1 Answer

You added an extra r and are short an e. Also, don't forget the semicolon at the end of your statement.

Swift does not require you to write a semicolon after each statement in your code, although you can do so if you wish.