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iOS Swift Basics (retired) Variables and Constants Variables

I'm on the first question create a variable named greeting and assign it to a value "hello"

ver greeting = "hello"

ver greeting = "hello"

3 Answers

Yes; the question is asking for "Hello" to be put in the variable, not "hello". That's a bit silly, I know, but compilers do as they're told!

Try using 'var' for variable. ;-)


var greeting = "hello" and it still says (your "greeting" variable has the wrong value in it).

gökhan sayılgan
gökhan sayılgan
2,285 Points

you should capitilized the "Hello" word and need to write var not ver then its gone work good luck :)