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Alexander IraolaCourses Plus Student 89 Points
In the printing tutorial video it says when typing print("To build an iPhone app we need to learn Swift") in Xcode and viewing on assistant editor that it should appear under console output on the right panel but nothing happens when I do this. What do I need to do to bring up the console output on the right panel?
Also on Xcode where I have typed println("To build an iPhone app we need to learn Swift") a red stop sign with a white circle in it appears next to it claiming there is a error. What can I do to fix this?
Jari KoopmanPython Web Development Techdegree Graduate 29,349 Points
Because of the new Xcode 7 and Swift 2.0 you can't see the console in the assistant editor anymore. They are now showed in the debugger area which you can open by clicking the arrow at the left down corner. The problem with the println statement is fairly simple, in Swift 2.0 println is renamed to print so you can't use the println statement anymore.
I hope I explained enough now. If not leave a comment and I'll try to explain better.