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iOS Swift Basics (retired) Types Printing Results

what did I do wrong

let language = "Swift" println = ("Learning " + language )

It told me to print "Learning Swift"

2 Answers

Kevin Zoltany
Kevin Zoltany
16,282 Points

You messed up on the println statement. Your code should look something like this

let language = "Swift"

println("Learning \(language)")
Gabriel Kroll
Gabriel Kroll
9,823 Points
let language = "Swift"  // - > "Swift"

println("Learning \(language)")  // - > "Learning Swift"

// or

let task = "Learning "  // - > "Learning "

println(task + language)  // - > "Learning Swift"