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iOS Swift Basics (retired) Types Numbers

Im having trouble with this challenge let title: string = "A Dance with Dragons" how is this wrong?


let title: string = "A Dance with Dragons"

3 Answers

Victor Levytskiy
Victor Levytskiy
7,608 Points

You should use String data type, there are no such a type as string, use capital letter!

Jelique Edward
Jelique Edward
1,691 Points

I really do not have much experience in using Swift, but perhaps the issue here may actually be the space between the equal sign and the quotation marks. Have you tried; let title: string="A Dance With Dragons"

Michael Doyle
Michael Doyle
2,418 Points

You need to capitalize the "s" is string i.e. String