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iOS Swift 2.0 Basics An Introduction to Swift Programming Working With Variables

seth gilbert
seth gilbert
526 Points

what do i do


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1 Answer

Bruce Röttgers
Bruce Röttgers
18,211 Points

So first you create a variable with the keyword var, then you give it the name language then you assign a string to it using the assignment operator (=), and the String should be "Swift". So the code should look like this:

var language = "Swift"