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iOS Swift Basics (retired) Variables and Constants Variables

duke dingley
duke dingley
364 Points

swift basics challenge task one of one

i know this is so basic... but im getting errors and i dont know why. when creating a variable called greeting and assigning it to the value of "hello" is,

var greeting = "hello"

not correct ?

string_assignment.swift
var greeting = "hello" 

2 Answers

William Li
PLUS
William Li
Courses Plus Student 26,865 Points

The use of syntax is correct; however, "hello" the first letter needs to be uppercased.

var greeting = "Hello"

In Swift, everything is case-sensitive.

AR Ehsan
AR Ehsan
7,912 Points
          var greeting = "Hello"
            ```