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iOS Swift Basics Swift Types String Manipulation

Benarge Igwe
Benarge Igwe
1,589 Points

it's not working. I think i need another line of code but it only asks for 2 lines. Help!

The second code is where I'm running into a problem

strings.swift
// Enter your code below
let name = "Benarge Igwe"
let greeting = "Hi there,+(name)"

1 Answer

Matt Niblock
Matt Niblock
5,211 Points

You seem to be mixing interpolation with concatenation.

The challenge asks you to use interpolation which doesn't need the addition operator (+) to insert a value.

You're almost there! You just need to check the syntax for interpolation. Have a look at the documentation.