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Why code not working? :(
let name = "Erik" let greeting = "("Hi there,") (name)"
// Enter your code below let name = "Erik"; let greeting = "\("Hi there") \(name)"
Martin WildfeuerCourses Plus Student 11,071 Points
In order for this to work, the code would have to be the following:
let name = "Erik"; let greeting = "Hi there, \(name)"
Only the dynamic part, in this case the variable
name, has to be wrapped in
All static text works just like a regular string, like:
let variable = "variable" let anotherVariable = "another variable" let text = "This is a static part. This prints out a \(variable) and \(anotherVariable). See?"
Make sure to have a look at Apple Docs: String Interpolation for a more in-depth explanation.
Hope that helps :)
Thanks vary helpful!