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Donte nall1,961 Points
I have know idea what I am doing wrong with this interpolated string
let name = "Donte'"
let greeting = "(Hi there) (name)"
//i don't see the error
let name = "Donte " let greeting = "\(Hi there) \(name)"
Jennifer NordellTreehouse Teacher
Hi there! It's important to note that only variables/constants need to be interpolated. The use of the backslash parentheses is our way to tell Swift to go look up the value of this variable/constant and put it in that spot in the string. "Hi there" is not a variable/constant. Take a look at how close you are!
// Enter your code below let name = "Jennifer" let greeting = "Hi there, \(name)."