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i dont uderstand
let language = "Swift"
Jhoan Arango14,575 Points
Welcome to the beautiful world of coding, it might be a bit hard to understand at first, but as you go I promise you will understand more and you’ll like it even more.
In your question you say you don’t understand, but what part ? the printing part or the assigning a value to a variable ? I’ll explain both anyways.
In swift when you want to apply a value to a variable you have to use the equal sign =.
So it should look something like this
var anyName = “value”
if you want to “print” or show the value that’s within the variable, in this case “value”, you use the method “println()”
println(anyName) // it will print “value”
hope it helps a bit.