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iOS Swift Basics (retired) Types Strings

Steve Pham
Steve Pham
1,488 Points

i need answer this question.

Call the println function one time to print these items from a grocery list: "Bread", "Milk", "Honey". Separate each item in the list with the special newline character (\n).

strings.swift

1 Answer

Daniel Sattler
Daniel Sattler
4,867 Points

I don´t know how to explain this the simplest way...

but the result is this:

println("Bread\nMilk\nHoney")

println prints everything within the "()" to the console whenever it is called. If you want to call a String, you need to set it in " ".

I hope this helps ;-)