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# not geeting point where i did mistake

multiply two number

types.swift
```// Enter your code below
let firstValue: Int=23
let secondValue: Int=45
let product: Int=firstValue*secondValue
let output="\(firstValue)time \(secondValue)is \(product)"
```
```let firstValue: Int = 23
let secondValue: Int = 45
let product: Int = firstValue * secondValue
let output = "\(firstValue) times \(secondValue) is \(product)"
```

All you need to do is correct your syntax, your code is tedious to read. Just space it out a little better. I hope this helps

Kyle's right, you should put spaces between operands and operators. But you also need to be careful to follow the instructions exactly, as the editor is a program and looks for exactly what was asked for. In this case, the output String was supposed to contain the words "The product of ... times ... is ..." You left out "The product of" and you had "time" instead of "times".

```let firstValue = 23
let secondValue = 45
let product = firstValue * secondValue
let output = "The product of \(firstValue) times \(secondValue) is \(product)"
```

Also note that the "preferred" way of declaring properties is to let Swift infer the type when it can. That is:

let firstValue = 23

rather than

let firstValue: Int = 23