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ssshhhCourses Plus Student 196 Points
println does not work: why? not in Xcode either. let language = "Swift" println("Learning",language)
Using Treehouse course "iOS, i have problems:
println does not work: why? not in Xcode either.
let language = "Swift" println("Learning",language) // should say "Learning Swift" // doesn't
// above is Treehouse Teacher // below is Xcode, on mac
let language = "Swift" // shows: "Swift\n" print(language) // shows: "Swift\n" print("Learning",language) //shows: "Learning Swift\n" println("Learning",language) //shows: ERROR 'println' has been renamed to'print"
So, println is NOT right?
Is there no way to use this course? or is there something useful online?
let language = "Swift" println("Learning",language)
Steven Deutsch21,046 Points
Hey shelli howell,
You need to use String Interpolation to add the value associated with the variable into the string literal. You do this by writing \() and placing the variable name inside of the parentheses.
let language = "Swift" println("Learning \(language)")
Mazen Halawi7,806 Points
in Swift 2.0 the println has been renamed to print. when you use print() xcode will print whatever you add in between the parenthesis and finishes up with a new line "\n" so if you do:
print("Swift Course") the result will be Swift Course\n