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Keith JamesCourses Plus Student 8,159 Points
My result looks the exact same as what is being asked but it keeps saying I am getting it wrong.
It keeps telling me to make sure the string is interpolated...but I think it is... can someone check my work?
// Enter your code below let name = "Keith" let greeting = "\("Hi there"), \(name)."
Jhoan Arango14,575 Points
Perhaps you should try something like this
// Enter your code below let name = "Keith" let greeting = "Hi there, \(name)."
All you had to do was to delete the first interpolation. "("Hi there")" is not valid syntax, since you are trying to put a string inside an interpolation with-in a string, if that makes sense..