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aren polat883 Points
could some one give the last outputs answer please
// Enter your code below let firstValue: Int = 32 let secondValue: Int = 24 let product = "firstValue * secondValue" let output = "
Jonathan Ruiz2,998 Points
Hi aren, in your product constant you had imputed a string but it wants you to just multiply the firstValue and secondValue. You would have to use string concatenation where you call the names of the constants and use an assignment operator to multiply them together.
let product = firstValue * secondValue
The second part is your output, this is the one that they want you to use string interpolation for.
let output = "The product of \(firstValue) times \(secondValue) is \(product)" // this prints "The product of 32 times 24 is 768" // when using string interpolation you have regular string values then you can call on a constant or variable // to call on a let or a var you use the syntax \(randomConstant) // with a backslash then putting the constant or variable in parenthesis you can use string interpolation to get what the question asks for
Hope this helps