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iOS Swift Basics Swift Types String Manipulation

Christian Citalan
Christian Citalan
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 1,137 Points

the same error message keeps popping up, I've gone through the video multiple times and I can't seem to spot the error.

it tells me to make sure the string is interpolated, I believe I am using the correct notation.

// Enter your code below
// String Concatenation
let name = "Christian"
let greeting = "Hi there"
let concatination = "greeting" + "name"

//String Interpolation
let interpolation = "\(greeting), \(name)

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,760 Points

The instructions say "Second, declare a constant named greeting. Set the value of greeting to an interpolated string that combines "Hi there, " with the string stored in the name constant."

So, a few hints on the above code:

  • the creation of "concatination" is not part of the instructions
  • the greeting phrase doesn't need to be in its own variable
  • the result is being assigned to "interpolation" instead of "greeting"
  • the interpolated string is missing a closing quote