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iOS Swift Basics Swift Types String Manipulation

Richard Nash
Richard Nash
24,862 Points

This all seems correct...dunno what's wrong...

It seems like my code is correct, but it does not seem to be working...what am i missing here?

let name = "Richard"
let greeting = "Hi there, \(name)!"

1 Answer

You are sooooooooo close! :laughing:

Keep in mind that Code challenges are super picky, so even an extra exclamation mark at the end of a string can affect the result.

You might even laugh if this helped :smile:

I hope this helps. ~Alex

If this helped, Please mark is as a Best answer! Thanks!

Richard Nash
Richard Nash
24,862 Points

yeah, that is very prescriptive...but it worked...albeit with less enthusiasm...