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iOS Build a Simple iPhone App with Objective-C Getting Started With Xcode String Basics

NSString *bestSmartphone = @"iPhone";

Pretty easy one, not sure why it is refusing it.

I am creating the NSString as requested yet it says incorrect syntax. It is correct so not sure why it is refusing to accept it :)

NSString *bestSmartphone = @"iPhone";

Am I missing something :) ?

NSString *bestSmartphone = @"iPhone";

1 Answer

Jason Anders
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,858 Points

Hey there,

Yeah, it's strange, and nope, you're not missing anything. You're answer is correct and should pass. :confused:

I'm forwarding your post to the Treehouse Support Team for investigation.

:) :dizzy:

Thanks buddy :)