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iOS

NSSTRING Color ,Purple

This is my code what am i doing wrong here? NSString *Color = @"Color"; NSString *Purple = @"Purple"; NSLog(@"%@ %@", Color, Purple); NSString *concat = [Color stringByAppendingString:@"Purple"]; NSLog(@"%@", concat);

NSString *Color = @"Color"; NSString *Purple = @"Purple"; NSLog(@"%@ %@", Color, Purple); NSString *concat = [Color stringByAppendingString:@"Purple"]; NSLog(@"%@", concat);

2 Answers

Stone Preston
Stone Preston
42,016 Points

Try using lowercase letters for your variable names and make sure the strings need to start with capital letters as well. Variables usually start with a lower case letter and use camelCase.

yeah the problem was i had color as "Color" instead of "color" it was the c in color that was causing the error it has to be lowercase thanks for the help Stone!