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Why is this wrong?
let name = “king" let greeting = "Hi there," let interpolatedGreeting = "\(greeting) \(name)."
Still new to this but i don’t understand what I’m missing.
Martin WildfeuerCourses Plus Student 11,071 Points
Although what you are doing is correct and you obviously understood how string interpolation works, the assignment is a bit different:
As an example, the final value of
greetingcould be "Hi there, Linda."
That is, the string interpolation has to be assigned to the greeting constant directly, instead of combining greeting and name in a new constant.
let greeting = "Hi there, \(name)."
Make sure you follow the instructions precisely, code checks on Treehouse are very strict (for good reason).
You will still get a compilation error, though:
// Make sure you are using the correct quote char let name = “king" // "" let name = "king"
Hope that helps!