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What is the answer?
// Enter your code below let name = "Martynas" let greeting = "\(Hi there,) \(name)"
let name = "Martynas" let greeting = "Hi there, \(name)"
You're supposed to use string interpolation with the name only. So that the greeting consists of the actual greeting + the name of the person to be greeted. Sort of like;
Hi there + someone
Imagine you're sending an email to 50 people. Instead of writing "Hi there, Alex", "Hi there, Anna", "Hi there, Thomas"..... You could write "Hi there (name)" and with every email just specify the name of the person you're sending it to. Saving time and typing!
Thanks, but why i don't need () for Hi there?