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iOS Swift Basics (retired) Types Printing Results

Lacey Brutschy
Lacey Brutschy
3,899 Points

Why isn't my code working to say "Learning Swift": let language: String = "Swift" println("Learning \ (language)")

Filed under Swift Basics

println.swift
let language: String = "Swift"

println("Learning \ (language)")

1 Answer

Lacey Brutschy
Lacey Brutschy
3,899 Points

Thank you, Caleb! The final correct answer was:

let language: String = "Swift"

println("Learning (language)")