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Daniel Melo210 Points
"Your 'todo' variable has the wrong value in it" Whats happening with my code? Where is the error?
When I try my code in the playground works everything ok, but when I play my code here the compiler says: "Your 'todo' variable has the wrong value in it" . Whats the significator?
p.s.: Sorry my english, I dont speak very well.
var todo: [String] = ["Learn Swift", "Build App", "Deploy App"] todo.append ("Debug App") todo.append ("FIx Bugs")
Dan Johnson40,532 Points
You just have a small typo in the last call to append. Change
"FIx Bugs" to