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Daniel Morgenstein744 Points
When I type in print"\(number) it gives me an error for the " and the \ on the newest version of swift
It gave me a suggestion to use print; but still won't let me insert quotations after this.
Brendan WhitingFront End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 84,734 Points
I'm going to break down the syntax from the outside in:
We start with the print function:
Then we decide that we're going to print a string:
Then we interpolate a variable into the string:
EDIT: And just in case it's not clear - you're missing the outside parentheses. They don't show up very clearly against the dark background.