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iOS Swift Basics An Introduction to Swift Programming Working With Constants

Kevin Perez
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Kevin Perez
iOS Development with Swift Techdegree Student 1,030 Points

I made a constant called favoritedessert and named it flan like this: let favoritedessert= "flan". How is this wrong?

I keep getting the bummer area when I am asked to make a constant named favoritedessert and assign it a string of my favorite dessert. I code the following.

let favoritedessert= "flan"

constants.swift

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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The variable name here is "favoritedessert" but the instructions ask for "favoriteDessert" (with capital "D").

Kevin Perez
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Kevin Perez
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I tried that and it would not work, but I think it was a refresh page problem. I exited and came back and it worked. Thank you anyways!