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iOS Swift Basics Swift Types String Manipulation

Some help

Now that we have an appropriate greeting for our user, let's make a bit more polite by concatenating the greeting string with a second string literal.

Declare a constant named finalGreeting, and concatenate the value of greeting with the string literal " How are you?".

Example: "Hi there, Pasan. How are you?"

// Enter your code below
let name = "ford"
let greeting = "Hi there, \(name)."
let finalgreeting = greeting + " How are you?" 

1 Answer

Magnus Hållberg
Magnus Hållberg
17,232 Points

You should spell it with camel case, like this ”finalGreeting”. Other than that, nothings wrong.