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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"
let interpolation = "\(greeting), \(name)
Steven Parker229,005 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