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iOS Swift 2.0 Basics Swift Types String Manipulation

Ben Mair
Ben Mair
8,728 Points

Interpolation, I haven't done in a while, don't know why i'm getting confused here.

string name and string hi there interpolate in a greeting ......Simple why am I getting errors?

let name = "Ben"
let greeting = "\(Hi there)," "\(name)."

1 Answer

Ryan Doyle
Ryan Doyle
8,587 Points

When using the (), it's looking for a variable. The other text just has to be in the quotes like :

let name = "Ben"
let greeting = "Hi there, \(name)"