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iOS Swift Basics (retired) Variables and Constants Constants

AJ Thomas
AJ Thomas
249 Points

i don't get how to write the constant

Iv'e tried to write it multiple times and I don't know how

constants.swift

1 Answer

Jared Watkins
Jared Watkins
10,756 Points

You declare a constant typing 'let' and then the name of the constant. The task asks you to name the constant language, so that is it's name. Then, you you say what the constant is, or what the constant is equal to, or what the constant is holding.. So, if you want your constant to be a string like "Swift", you set the constant equal to " Swift". the quotes mean it's a string, so that's why you use them.

It might look like this:

let language = "Swift"