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iOS Swift Basics Swift Types String Manipulation

I get the message stating make sure you are assigning to greeting is an interpolated string..?

I have set my constants up and assigned name and greeting.. I'm not sure what or how to fix my code?

Please help, this is a learning curve for me...

Appreciated in advance

// Enter your code below
let name: String = "Stephen"
let greeting  = "Hi, there"
let interpolated = "\(name) \(greeting)"

1 Answer

Joel Martin
Joel Martin
2,799 Points

Could be because you didn't assign a type to the last two variables, like you did for the first one (string).